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Unlike other states Texas law does not mandate that your ex husband's employer continue to cover you under the employer provided insurance. Therefore it is not likely that you will continue to be covered by the employer even if it is included in Divorce decree or settlement.
However you would be eligible to be covred on a temporary bass through the federal COBRA Laws. Unfortunately you would have to pay the Cobra premiums, which would be more than your own employer's insurance program.
So unfortunately it is unlikely that your coverage will continue under your ex husband's insurance.
The children will be covered but not you.
HOWEVER the Court can adjust your support payment by imputing an income value for the indsurance. Discuss this with your divorce attorney.
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