Yes you can.
Laws vary from state to state and other countries. The divorce decree can specify that the spouse be named a beneficiary on a life insurance policy of a certain amount.
If you are the insured and your beneficiary died, and you had a secondary beneficiary then the money would go to the secondary. If you had split beneficiaries, then her cut would get funneled to the other beneficiaries. If you didn't have split beneficiaries or secondary beneficiary, the money should go to your estate where your creditors would get first pickings. Therefore, I would get myself to the insurance company (phone, website, broker) and update that policy ASAP.
Other than naming a Trust in your name as the beneficiary, writing a life policy in your own name wouldn't be written. If naming yourself as the benficiary, the death benefit would be paid into your estate. An insurance company would not write a policy in this manner since an "insurable interest" is required prior to binding a life policy.
Change Myself was created in 2009.
If I am the beneficiary of a revocable living trust which is specific and only has one house in it can I assign my beneficiary rights to some one else? Also can I draw a note between myself and the person whom I am assigning the note to for the sales price and record a trust deed against the note. I live in Utah. I other words I am selling or assigning the trust which owns the house. The trustee will remain the same, only the beneficiary will change.
Try to be yourself and get all the stna and charge the insurance company
I went and insured myself with insurance today.
Generally your major credit card will cover you in a rental vehicle. If you want to be extra saf or have a feeling something's gonna happen, you can purchase additional insurance from the rental company, though this is generally considered unnecessary.
I'm an adult and i want to change my last name how do i do this myself. I live in Florida