If your marriage is ending in divorce, your current health care coverage may terminate.  You will need to obtain other health insurance coverage, including the potential of coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

Make sure you compare not only cost, but also coverage.  Look at co-payments, deductibles, uncovered costs, out-of-plan provider costs, etc.  Know what doctors and hospitals you generally utilize.  Know your prescription needs, if possible.  Determine whether they are covered under the plan you are selecting.  Compare co-pays, treatment limitations, as well as premium costs.

Only after you look comprehensively at plan coverage, as well as plan costs, will you be able to make a reasoned decision regarding your health insurance options.