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Can the executor get the amount of the life insurance policy?

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2012-08-07 03:18:36
2012-08-07 03:18:36

NO.. unless the policy does not have nomination. Only nominee will get the proceeds of life insurance policy.

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The Policy Holder of a life insurance policy is the executor of the said policy.

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Yes, you can out live your Insurance Policy. When the amount of the premium paid equals the face amount of the policy (the death benefit), the policy matures and you get all your money back.

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No. They are separate. Beneficiaries are those who are entitled to an inheritance. The Executor carries out the will. * A person(s) named as a beneficiary on a life insurance policy receives the money directly from the insurer. Such policies are not subject to probate procedure.

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There is no requirement to 'read the will.' The claim against the life insurance policy can be made any time after the death. In many cases it will not be a part of the estate.

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100% of the amount of the policy...each of which are purchased for a specific amount, or amount of payout.

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1. Call the Life Insurance company that the deceased had and ask. You must be the executor of the estate or the beneficiary of the Life Insurance policy for them to give you this information. Basically, you tell them who you are and they will say yes you are or no you are not. In most cases you will only get this information when you produce the death certificate. 2. Check with The Center for Life Insurance Disputes.

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It is not important to have a life insurance policy.

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