In addition, people sometimes become eligible for COBRA through divorce or the death of a covered employee or, in the case of an adult child, "aging out" of their parents' plan.
"The proposed regulations don't make it clear what happens with people who are eligible for COBRA because of their relationship to someone else," says Park.
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Mon, Dec 19 2011