When you have a family change, reach out to your benefits contact as soon as possible to find out what benefits changes you may make. Most benefit plans have a 30-day window that allows you to make changes to your benefits.
When you gain a family member (for example: marriage, birth, or adoption), you can typically add the family member to your plans within 30 days of adding the individual to your family. When you lose a family member (for example: divorce or death), you must take action to remove the family member from your benefits. Removal does not occur automatically.
Submit completed applications to your benefits contact.
For more information, Click on the applicable family change event below.
- Birth or Adoption
- Change in Address, Name, or Gender
- Child Loss of Dependent Status
- Death of Employee
- Death of Spouse, Domestic Partner or Child
- Domestic Partnership
- Domestic Partnership to Marriage
- End of Domestic Partnership
- Gain of Other Coverage
- Legal Guardianship
- Loss of Other Coverage
Every effort has been made to ensure this information is current and correct. Information on this page does not guarantee enrollment, benefits and/or the ability to make changes to your benefits.