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If you own the property you are an insured. The agent can't legally remove you from the policy. If he does he is subject to review by your states Insurance Licensing Bureau.

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โˆ™ 2015-06-05 18:19:45

if you allowed that policy to expire and your ex purchases another policy without your name on it. That would be your ex spouse who excluded you from the policy, not the insurance agent.

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Q: Can your agent who is also the best friend of your ex remove you as an insured on your homeowners policy even though you co-own the property?
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