Only if her married daughter is under 18, then yes. Otherwise, the answer is no.
My Mother, Martha H. Bartlett, died on January 7, 2013. She had an Equitable Life Insurance Company policy. The policy no. is 530711031. Would you please let me know anything about this policy. I am her daughter, Carolyn Bartlett Burnett.
No insurance company in the world will provide life coverage for your 95 year old mom. Since mortality rate at this age is beyond the purview of life insurance, she will not be entitled to get fresh life policy in her name.
Answering "If mother in law is beneficiary on single grownup son life insurance policy does the mother have any rights?"
Yes, your mother can buy a life insurance policy on you because she has an insurable interest in you. And, you can buy a life insurance policy because everyone has an insurable interest in their own life. However, your mother may need your permission and your signature on the application for life insurance that she purchases with you as the insured person.
The named beneficiary on the life insurance policy gets it. It is a contract and specifies who gets paid, usually it will be the spouse.
The Policy Holder of a life insurance policy is the executor of the said policy.
It is not important to have a life insurance policy.
My best friends mother passed away last August. She had spoke of a life insurance policy that she had taken on herself years before she passed away,however no one in the family knows how to locate it. What steps do the family need to take to find this insurance policy?
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There are many policies offered by General American Life Insurance. These include the Variable Life Insurance policy, the Condo Insurance policy and the Boat Insurance policy.
A life insurance policy is "portable" when upon leaving the group policy, you transfer your life coverage to an individual life policy with the same insurance carrier with no changes to the policy or increase in premium.
You can call a whole life insurance policy as a "Non-Endowment Life Insurance Policy".
Technically, there is no insurance policy called as permanent life insurance. However, you can treat whole life insurance policy as permanent since the policy covered the whole life span of the policy holder and benefit is payable to nominee in the event of any eventuality of the policy holder.
If no beneficiary is listed on a life insurance policy then the benefits are payable to the insured's estate. The beneficiary can be changed at any time prior to the death of the insured if this is the person's desire.
Yes, parents and children have an insurable interest, so you can have a life insurance policy on your son and daughter-in-law. If they both happen to die prematurely and minor children will become your responsibility, then life insurance is not only justified, but needed.
Actually, whole life insurance policy other than endowment,single premia or ulip policy can be called ordinary life insurance policy.
As it happens, I used to work in the insurance industry so I am familiar with this question. Life insurance policies typically have a clause that invalidates a claim if the insured commits suicide within a year of the date when the policy was purchased, but if you have had that insurance policy for a year or longer, then it remains valid even in the event of suicide. The concept behind this is that insurance companies don't want suicidal people (or their relatives) to buy life insurance policies to make the suicide more profitable. But if you bought your policy in good faith,, and the insured only subsequently became suicidal, then that is a death which deserves to be covered by the policy.
how do you lacate a life insurance policy that was with southern life and health insurance company 30 years ago
The life insurance policy has a maturing date that determines the time it takes for a policy to accumulate the amount of money essential for the policy. An unmatured life insurance policy is one that hasn't yet reached the end of its policy.
variable life insurance exceeding 10,000 dollars.
NO.. unless the policy does not have nomination. Only nominee will get the proceeds of life insurance policy.
You call the life insurance company and get the present cash value out of the policy. The policy will then be divested.