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Findyourpolicy.com provides a A free Central Database to help Consumers protect their beneficiaries from losing their life insurance inheritance. If the deceased person had a life isnurance policy, they may have registered it with this service so you could find out. Also, you may want to check with their life insurance agent, or review their canceled checks, or their checkbook, to find out if they were paying life insurance premiums, and to what insurer.
1. Call the Life Insurance company that the deceased had and ask. You must be the executor of the estate or the beneficiary of the Life Insurance policy for them to give you this information. Basically, you tell them who you are and they will say yes you are or no you are not. In most cases you will only get this information when you produce the death certificate. 2. Check with The Center for Life Insurance Disputes.
Life Insurance and EstatesNO, not if the named beneficiary is not deceased. The proceeds of a life insurance policy belong to the named beneficiary not to the deceased. It should not under any circumstances be included in the estate of a deceased or the probate process. If no beneficiary is named or if all beneficiaries are deceased then their is no alternative. When their is no named beneficiary then the value of the life insurance policy reverts to the insured and must then be included as part of the deceased estate
If you suspect a deceased family member had any life insurance, but you cannot find a policy, there are several things you can do to find policies. If the deceased had a policy through work you can contact the Human Resoures department. They will know what benefits the deceased had. You can also check with any credit cards companies the deceased used. There may have been death insurance through the credit card. For individual policies you can use one of the paid search companies to find the policy for you. Do a search using "find lost life insurance policy" or "missing life insurance policies" and you will find some reputable search companies. You should be aware that insurance companies do not turn policies over to State Unclaimed Property accounts unless they know the person has died and they cannot find the beneficiary. So searching unclaimed asset sites is a waste of time. The beneficiary has to find the policy if they hope to collect any benefits. That's why it's usually easiest to use a paid service.
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