No, the general rule is if he is married to her, he is entitled to get what ever insurance (so long as it provides adequate coverage) so if he could get lower cost coverage under his wife without compromising coverage, he can do it. It would be a judge issue if there is no coverage, and if it did not provide a doctor who was located near you, etc.
I would advise you to save issues for the judge that are big issues (not that this is not big, but the health insurance
from his wife's policy is not something the judge wants to have to address). If you take her to the doctor and the insurance is good, then you don't have anything to complain to the judge about on this issue. If the new wife was taking her to the doctor, that is a different situation.
If you go before the judge with a small issue and lose, then your ex will feel he can do anything he wants and the judge will remember that you came to court over a non-issue and thus the next time you go, you may not be given the benefit of the doubt since the last time you 'wasted' the judge's time. Remember I don't know the entire situation, only the few paragraphs you have written here. But one thing is the same in any case like this. Do not let him push your buttons. When you get angry or frustrated it gives him control and that is what he wants. Learn how to respond to circumstances rather than react. When you react, such as get angry because he says something or is rude to you, he is in control, but when you respond to his rudeness with courtesy and ask, " I am sorry, did I say or do something to make you angry and thus rude?" YOU are then in control and once he realizes he cannot 'get to you' he will back off just like all bullies do.
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