Q: Strategy for requesting longer healthcare coverage be provided for damage done by emotionally abusive spouse?
I am a gray marriage short term divorce person?? (What do you call that) I was only married for 2 years however it felt like 20!!! Because of his affluent abuse and extreme harassment, there are not broken bones or bruises. There are good days and bad, when triggered I am prone to high anxiety and every emotion at any minute. You get it, I am pretty messed up. My husband mentioned something about healthcare today. He does not want to pay for my benefits. How do I ensure that I am covered until I have my own healthcare or until my therapist deems me able to work around people again. I know I wont be 100% but I will settle for 85%. Please Advise. Thank you.
To ensure extended healthcare coverage for the damage caused by your emotionally abusive spouse, consider these steps:
Understand your current healthcare plan.
Consult your therapist for their professional opinion on your ability to work and required coverage.
Collect evidence of the impact of emotional abuse on your mental health.
Contact your insurance provider, explain your situation, and provide evidence.
Seek legal advice if your request is denied.
Explore alternative coverage options such as COBRA or government programs.
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