Thank you, N.
Technically then, you should be able to provide the insurance
. However, this may not be enough for a "contempt" motion because her actions are not harming the children per se, and she is not subject to the divorce decree to be sanctioned under it.
What someone in your situation may wish to do is to file a Motion for Clarification
that asks the Court to clarify and confirm as to what to do in a nuanced and unprecedented situation such as this.
The Court should then render a supplemental order explaining what to do in this scenario after a quick hearing, and who can get health insurance. Using that order, one should be able to cancel their existing policy
from her and get one for yourself as her insurance policy should
cancel the insurance once the order is rendered.
An attorney is recommended for this action. Often, the mere threat of filing will be enough to have this resolved.
I hope this helps and clarifies. Good luck.
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