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For example, if you have Self and Family coverage and you plan to keep Self and Family coverage, you do not need to complete any forms. You must let the health plan know the date of the divorce so that your ex-spouse can be removed from your enrollment. If you have Self and Family coverage and you now plan on enrolling in Self Only coverage, you must notify your Human Resources Office. You will have to complete an SF 2809.
After your TCC enrollment ends:
unless you lose coverage because you canceled your enrollment or didn't pay your premiums.
Yes. Spouses of federal annuitants are covered under a family enrollment in the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program during the divorce process and during a legal separation. Spouses of annuitants lose eligibility for FEHB coverage when the divorce is final. Former spouses of annuitants can apply for coverage in the FEHB Program under the Spouse Equity or Temporary Continuation of Coverage provisions of the FEHB law. Former spouses of annuitants must contact the annuitant’s retirement system within 60 days after the divorce to apply.
For more information on divorce after retirement, please visit http://www.opm.gov/insure/health/faq/divorce.asp.
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