Written by attorney Keith D. Becker

Your Texas divorce and continued health insurance coverage

A recent study conducted by the University of Michigan found that women are more likely to lose their health insurance coverage within six months of finalizing a divorce and to go without medical insurance for at least two years post-divorce than are men. In the wake of rising health care costs, the loss of medical insurance could have a greater financial impact on a divorce than any other division of marital property.

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