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If he agrees to it and someone pays the premium. It's an excellent procedure (opinion).

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Q: Can an ex-husband be insured to protect a 14 year alimony payment in case of his death before the 14 years are up?
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Unless you are his guarantor for his medical bils, you do not need to do anything about his using your insurance cards. When the doctor's office submits the bill, the insurer will notify them that he does not have insurance. The doctor's office will then go to him for payment. You are not at risk for his medical bills.

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No bankruptcy will not protect you from wage garnishments for certain types of debt. For example, court ordered child support/past due child support, court ordered alimony/past due alimony,student loans, federal taxes,state taxes and county taxes are not covered under the protections of bankruptcy. Bankruptcy will also not protect you from wage garnisments for court ordered fines,restitution.

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What is the difference between a named insured and an additional insured on a general liability policy?

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If your exhusband has taken on community debt in your divorce he goes bankrupt what can you do to protect yourself or your new husband if you are remarried?

Your divorce agreement or decree is valid only between you and your husband. The creditor still can look to you to recover the amount if you are otherwise liable for it. Your new husband may be able to protect himself if he keeps his sole management community property separate from you. To protect yourself, you need to have your assets only in exempt property, which varies from state to state. Bank accounts typically are not exempt.

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