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Is there a national database or information system to find out if your parent had a life insurance policy?


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2006-01-26 11:41:18
2006-01-26 11:41:18

No, not that I know of. Contact a lawyer to look into it if you can't find any information on you own. Or the information might be in a diary or old bills from his insurance company. Also check his cell phone. It may hold valuable information.


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