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 Can an employer legally deny coverage for a spouse if the spouse's employer offers health insurance and the spouse is pregnant?

Answer No. See link for citation.
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Can a spouse drop or cancel insurance on the other spouse if that spouse has no other coverage This for the state of Florida The husband has cancer and the wife wants to drop him from her insurance?

Answer Why would the wife want to do that? Check the Family Law Code in your State - she's probably responsible for any debts that her husband incurs.Check with the Insurance Company - they will p... Read More »
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Is a separated spouse obligated to continue to provide health insurance for the other spouse?

A court order is the best way to keep insurance benefits from changing during divorce proceedings, said former County Court-At-Law Judge A. LeRue Dixon. Because the law differs from state to state,... Read More »
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Can a spouse be granted full custody with no visitation just because the other spouse was charged with simple assault on her child only once?

Answer Yes. I doubt that any judge of Family Court would buy the "only once" defense. All of the judges, social workers, etc. I have encountered stick to the "Past behavior is a true indicator of ... Read More »
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Can a spouse on parole live on base with their active duty spouse?

If the service member is the parent of the child, they can be claimed as a dependent. Marital status does not matter.
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