Try asking his attorney for an explanation on how you were removed from the policy without being aware of it. Otherwise you will need to ask the court in PSS and/or alimony that he pay for your medical insurance coverage until an absolute divorce is granted.
In order for a separation agreement to be valid, your signature has to be notarized, so he would not have been able to forge your signature in front of a notary public since notaries are required to ask for identification for each person they witness sign a document. It’s possible that you were removed during an open enrollment period or he lost insurance coverage as well.
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