N.J.S.A 2A:34-23d Maintenance of certain insurance coverage in action for divorce or dissolution.

2A:34-23d Maintenance of certain insurance coverage in action for divorce or dissolution.

1. a. Upon filing of a complaint for an action for divorce, dissolution, nullity or separate maintenance, where the custody, visitation or support of a minor child is an issue, the party who has maintained all existing insurance coverage or coverage traditionally maintained during the marriage or civil union, including but not limited to, all health, disability, home or life insurance, shall continue to maintain or continue to share in the cost of maintaining the coverage.

b. If a party who has maintained the existing insurance coverage or has shared in the cost of maintaining the coverage has had a voluntary or involuntary change in employment status, which may cause the existing insurance coverage to terminate, then that party shall notify the other party that it may be necessary to reallocate the financial responsibilities of maintaining the coverage.

C.Upon receipt of this notice, the party may petition the court to reallocate financial responsibilities.

d. The court may take any action it deems appropriate to reallocate financial responsibilities including but not limited to ordering a party to obtain comparable coverage or releasing a party from the obligation or any other order.

L.1997, c.405, s.1; amended 2006, c.103, s.79.

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