If you can show your insurance co. that your child lives on their own AND has their own car insurance, you should be able to get your child OFF of your policy
yes you can just go to a insurance place and take out insurance policy he will have to be there also,
It is unlikely that any policy can be 'done' to a child. However if you mean take out an insurance policy then certainly. Anyone can do so with or without the fathers permission.
Yep, as long as it can be proven the child is his, it would have to be added to the policy though to take effect
Do you have an "Insurable Interest?" Like Child Support or Alimony?
no. there are laws for life insurance policy and is illegal to take it out to any individual
Your child will need to be added to your insurance the day that they get a license and begin driving. If you already have a policy, your representative can quickly add them to your policy. You will need to decide which family cars the child will drive and stick to that.
You can take out a life insurance policy on anyone, regardless of marriage or blood line, AS LONG AS you can prove that their death would be a financial hardship for you. So if ex partner is giving you child support, then yes you can take out a policy.
I have a whole life insurance policy, how long does it take to cancel it, also can I get money back from it.
yes you can
You may take out an insurance policy on your parents if you have power of attorney over them.
No. You have to have an insurable interest in the person's life in order to take out an insurance policy on their life.