Yes, a stepfather can purchase life insurance on a step daughter as long as she is willing to sign the application as the insured, and is willing to submit to the insurance company physical exam, if so required.
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you can if your daughter is younger than 18 years. but they cant sell you an insurance if it is not under your name. you have to be able to have someone to insure.
Only if her married daughter is under 18, then yes. Otherwise, the answer is no.
That would depend on your insurance company and what coverage you have.
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.
Yes, a stepdaughter can purchase life insurance on her stepfather, as long as he is willing to sign the application as the insured, and is willing to undergo a physical exam, which the insurance company will pay for.
Yes. As long as there exists an Insurable Interest between two parties, they can buy life insurance. For instance, there is insurable interest between spouses, parents and their children, and relatives. A daughter may purchase life insurance on her father.
when you get the insurance you can register your daughter as an autorized driver and the insurance will cover for the damages.
If your daughter is listed on your insurance policy and a premium is being collected for her, then she can use your insurance. If not, she will need to use her insurance policy at work.
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.