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Answered 2011-04-08 16:50:09

You can certainly remove any person from coverage under your own auto insurance policy. You can not however cancel another persons Policy.

The first named insured on a policy is geenrally considered the owner of the policy and can make whatever changes required.

If you have a joint owned policy and with respect to common law, it migt be wiser to simlply pick up a new policy for yourself and allow the old one to lapse or expire.

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No. If you had life insurance before you got divorce, you can cancel the policy.

If the car and insurnace is only in the husbands name, she would not have the right to cancel it. If it happened, it would most likely be the agents problem because he or she had canceled it when they shouldn't have.

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No, auto insurance is available to the families of military personnel as well. For instance, your child, wife, husband, widow or widower could get auto insurance from USAA (as long as you had auto insurance from USAA and as long as they were legally eligible).

That shouldn't keep you from getting auto insurance as long as she is not listed as a designated driver of your vehicle. If your uninsured wife should drive and be involved in an accident with another driver, your insurance will not pay.

Are they still married? Separated? Divorced? If nothing else, the husband should get a notice from the Insurance Company about his COBRA rights. What does the divorce decree say? Once the divorce is final, the Insurance Company wouldn't consider the x-husband eligible anyway.

If she is still being carried on his insurance as his spouse then she has insurance.

He was arrested for driving with no insurance.For extra insurance, we will take your wife with us.The house insurance has expired.The insurance company called.

It could be, especially if the person with the revoked license is involved in an accident because he cannot legally drive a vehicle and she committed insurance fraud by not telling her insurance company the spouse was in the household.

It depends on who is the owner of the policy. The policy owner has complete control of the policy once issued. If you are the owner you can cancel it or just change the beneficiary if you want. If she is the owner forget it. You have no say so on the policy.

Wife can go down to Child Support Office and cancel request. However, does it matter? The money is going back into your household for your child.

It depends on what is damaged, but most probably home and contents

If she was driving your vehicle, with your premission, it would fall under your insurance and they would have to pay for the other drivers vehicle

I believe your wife has the option to continue her health insurance on your policy under COBRA for three years, but she has to pay the premiums herself. You are not responsible for them unless it should be part of the divorce settlement.

As for the life insurance the answer is yes. For the auto the answer is maybe. If the cars are jointly titled then most likely yes as long as both or you remain in the same state. You will have to consult with your agent to find out what the exact company policies are regarding people you can and can't have on your insurance policy.

Geico was formed in 1936 by Lee Goodwin and his wife Lillian as a way to provide auto insurance to government employees and their families. Its actual name is Government Employees Insurance Companies and it is a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway.

can a husband drop wife from insurance if not divorced.

Only the policy-holder has the right to cancel. You have no say in the matter.

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Who is paying the insurance policy, you or the employer? If the insurance was part of your compensation package at work, I believe that you must be notified at least a certain number of days in advance of its being cancelled or withdrawn, so that you can obtain replacement insurance. Also, look into COBRA.

All members of the household need to be listed on the policy, if she is not licensed then she will need to be listed but excluded.

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