Greetings. There is not a law which states you must keep your spouse on your medical insurance. It is a normal practice for supporting spouses to keep their dependent spouses on their medical insurance for as long as possible.
I almost always tell my clients to try to keep the other spouse on their medical insurance (even when we don’t have alimony issues) because of the concern over medical costs and insurance in current times. It helps the negotiations go better.
If you have an attorney, have them immediately write a letter. Also, if you are not a dependent spouse, offer to pay for the premium which is taken from his pay for your portion of the insurance.
Finally, if you are a dependent spouse and he is simply not paying alimony, my advice to you is to file an action (if you have tried and failed in negotiations) for alimony and requeset post separation support and medical insurance coverage. Best of luck.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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