Sir, how is it in the case with my health insurance, since I still need the medical attention. I am in remmision ever since the chemo but still need the medication, I know that I can't effort that.
How big are his chances to get our little girl. Not that he realy has the intrest it would be only to hurt me, but he got all his family near. Will it be a problem that i am German. She was born in Germany and has the german and the american citizen ship.
I just know that he will try anything.
I also did not see the bar association link or pro bono, low cost lywer list attached.
Sorry about the link - I'll try again. As far as custody he can't just demand custody. If you have been the primary care giver it is likely you will get custody and he will owe for support. There are programs available for insurance under COBRA and possible through the military but insurance is a private matter so that will have to be determined as part of the divorce settlement. Under the circumstances you husband may be liable for the cost of your insurance for at least some period of time but I have no way of analyzing the entire case from here. So the insurance would come under the division of property and spousal support issues in the overall divorce settlement. It is difficult to be specific as to one issue in any divorce property settlement since everything in the marriage must be considered. I know the insurance is an important issue but I just can't tell you who will be responsible for your health care or what may be available. Here is the website for the Bar Association.
I had temp jobs on and off and put the money toward the household, but my husband is the primary income, does that mean he would get the custody?
Thank you very much for the information and wish me luck
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