You asked: Can you keep Tricare if you get divorced?

Can a spouse stay on TRICARE after divorce?

After a divorce, the sponsor remains eligible for TRICARE. This is the same for the sponsor’s biological and adopted children. The former spouse only remains eligible for TRICARE if he or she meets certain criteria. If not, the former spouse stays eligible up until the day the divorce is final.

Does TRICARE continue after separation?

Yes. You have 90 days from your separation date to change your health plan. You and your family may qualify for temporary health care coverage when you separate from the service or get out before you retire.

Can I keep my military benefits after divorce?

For every other military spouse divorcee, there simply are no military benefits after divorce. Your benefits end the day your divorce is final. However, if you have children together, they will still qualify for military benefits, even if you haven’t been married more than 20 years and even if you remarry.

Does a spouse get TRICARE for Life?

En español | You (and your covered spouse) become eligible for TRICARE For Life at age 65, if you’ve already retired, after at least 20 years of military service with an honorable discharge.

What is a military wife entitled to in a divorce?

After divorce, the former spouse is entitled to the Continued Health Care Benefit Program (CHCBP), which is the Tricare version of “COBRA” for three years. And as long as the spouse remains unmarried and was also awarded a share of the military retirement or SBP, the former spouse may remain on CHCBP for life.

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Will I lose my TRICARE for life if I remarry?

Unless you remarry another military retiree, all other military benefits stop during the remarriage (TRICARE and ID card-related). If the remarriage ends, ID card-related benefits will return, but TRICARE benefits are lost forever. If you have remarried a military retiree, all of these benefits will continue.

Can my ex husband sue me after divorce?

In general, yes you can sue. Whether you will be successful or the judge will toss your case out of court is a different question altogether. You may also be required to pay for your ex’s lawyer for filing a frivolous lawsuit. So, you need to be careful before you run to the courthouse with a suit in mind.