Yes you can. To get insurance, insurance companies, want to see an "insurable interest." Since he is the father of your child, you have an insurable interest on him.
I need to report my father's death and collect on his life insurance policy.
How do I find out if my deseased father has a life insurance policy
A son can not generally take life insurance policy on his father's life because of lack of insurable interest in the life of father. Life insurance works on the principle of insurable interest. A father generally has insurable interest in the life of his child due to emotional reasons. That is why life insurance companies design the products for the children which take care of their education and other expenses once they grow up.
You should probably go back to the 5th grade first.
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.
How can I find out if my decease father placed us on his life insurance. He remarried and his wife has not forwarded any documents to us
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It's like finding out a needle from a heaps of straws ! It's advisable that you contact local branch office of your Life Insurance Company, if they can help you to find out about existence of a life insurance policy of your dead father. Searching by name/address of your dead father over Net may be beneficial.
No. The beneficiary is whoever is specifically named on the policy.
The life insurance proceeds are owed to the beneficiary(s), regardless of parental rights.
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If a man or woman are legally married and one of them dies say of a heart attack within 3 seconds of their marriage the other one can collect life Insurance if the will was made previous to their getting married. If no will was made good luck on getting an Insurance Company to pay you.
She lived in VInci, not married to Leonardo's father.
Only if her married daughter is under 18, then yes. Otherwise, the answer is no.
Survivorship life insurance, also known as second-to-die insurance is a type of insurance, which pays out only when a husband and wife both die, so that the insurance money can be used to pay federal taxes. The requirement obviously is to be married.
i trying to find out if my father who is deceased have a policy
Yes. That would be possible.
Many different types of people buy term life insurance for temporary life insurance needs, such as, Individuals Couples Married Couples Young Families Homeowners Newlyweds Expecting Parents People with a Mortgage
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.
Is there a web site available for free for research to see if parents have life insurance coverage and if refunds are due to them of spousal death?
A life insurance policy for my father included his 3 children one is deseaced does the deseased child children then become heirs?
If you were a beneficiary under a life insurance policy, you would be notified by the company. If you weren't but your brother was, you have no right to know.
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.
In Canada, if there is no beneficiary of the life insurance policy, the proceeds go into the estate of the owner. This person is often the same as the life insured but doesn't have to be (eg a father buying life insurance on his son. The father is the owner and the son is the life insured). The proceeds form part of the owner's estate and are distributed according to the instructions in the will after all debts have been satisfied.
It was normal to have $500 Life Ins.