Divorce And COBRA
If you have been on your spouses' health insurance policy during your marriage, you will most likely not be able to remain on the policy after the divorce. Conversely, if you have traditionally carried your spouse on your health insurance policy, you will most likely not be able to continue that coverage, even if you want to do so. This is because divorce is considered to be a qualifying event terminating coverage for a former spouse.
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The law firm of Meriwether & Tharp was established in 1998 in Norcross, Georgia by partners Patrick L. Meriwether and Robert L. Tharp. In 2000, the offices were relocated from Norcross to Alpharetta, Georgia and the firm began expanding its professional staff and focusing its practice on family and business law matters, including divorce, contempt, and modification actions. At Meriwether & Tharp our experienced family law attorneys recognize that domestic troubles can be emotionally and financially taxing. Our lawyers provide personal, individualized legal services, covering the full spectrum of family law issues.
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