30 days

Change your benefits within 30 days 

After your divorce is finalized, you must drop your former spouse/domestic partner and/or former stepchildren within 30 days They are no longer eligible for coverage and will receive notification of the option to continue coverage through COBRA. Change your benefits on My Benefits.

Review HSA

Review your Health Savings Account 

If you have an HSA and you are changing your coverage from You + 1 (or more) to You Only, ensure you don’t contribute over the IRS limit. Review your contribution on My Benefits.


Learn more about Qualified Order

Separation, divorce and child support arrangements can affect retirement benefits and children’s health care coverage. For qualified orders as it relates to health (i.e., medical, dental or vision) coverage, contact the ConocoPhillips Benefits Center. For qualified orders as it relates to retirement and savings, read more.


Update your beneficiary

You should review your beneficiaries at My Benefits and Fidelity NetBenefits.

HR Express

Update your information in HR Express

Update your marital status, name and/or address, income tax withholding and banking information in HR Express.


Use EAP resources

Divorce can be an emotional and stressful time for you and your family. You may want to consider utilizing the eight counseling sessions available to you and your eligible dependents at 866-241-4080 or view resources through the Employee Assistance Plan.