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Updated 09 February 2016

Can I put my ex-spouse on my medical scheme?

If a court awards medical benefits to your spouse in a divorce case, you can keep your ex-spouse on your medical scheme.

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Can I put my ex-spouse on my medical scheme?
If a court awards medical benefits to your spouse in a divorce case, you can keep your ex-spouse on your medical scheme. Should you get married again, your new spouse can also join your medical scheme. Any children, including stepchildren or adopted children who are your dependants, can join your medical scheme.

 
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