The answer may vary depending on your health insurance provider and plan. It is important that you speak with your plan administrator and verify their terms prior to agreeing to provide coverage. It is typical that one parent continues to cover the children after the entry of the divorce. This should be detailed in […]
Gaining a better understanding of the divorce process will allow you make informed decisions at every step along the way, from choosing the right divorce attorney and informing your spouse that you’re getting a divorce to preparing for a deposition or trial. Learn about the three options for divorce in New Mexico, including an alternative […]
I’m thinking about getting a divorce. Should I make any changes to the insurance policies that list my spouse as my beneficiary? If so, when should I make that change? Brandi Ruffalo answers.
There are many highly emotional issues associated with divorce that may become matters of contention, especially when the parties are unaware of the advantages of finding a compromise. From determining child custody to the division of marital assets, it is important to be able to recognize the consequences and effects that your decisions may have […]
Divorce often creates cause for concern regarding your family’s financial future. Fortunately, The Bloch Agency has developed a brand new insurance product that reduces future financial stress for people who are going through divorce, by guaranteeing that alimony, child support, and other expenses will be covered in cases of future disability. Press PLAY […]
Life insurance is important in that it can be used to secure financial obligations such as child support or alimony in the event of death if you are the person ordered to pay child support or alimony. Brian Loughmiller is a partner at the McKinney, Texas law firm of Loughmiller Higgins. Serving family law clients […]
Amanda Figland & Shari Veisblatt, New Jersey Family Lawyers, discuss the aspects of your separation that may have an impact on the ruling of your divorce.
My spouse is to pay me spousal and child support and I’m wondering if I can force him to get life insurance or disability insurance just in case something happens to him?
After my divorce will I still be covered by my husband’s medical insurance that he gets through his work?
Be in the know when it comes to your current health insurance plan, especially if it belongs to the spouse you are currently permanently separating from.