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Answered 2010-03-16 23:58:48

This is specific to insurance companies, and the type of insurance.

Auto insurance, forever

Life insurance, forever

health insurance, as long as the child is a dependent and under 21, 23 if attending school

(NOTE: these are general and you should consult the specific insurer to confirm)

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