Life insurance policy bought before married is the spouse then named benefifiary?
Can a married woman retake property that her husband bought and then gave away after they were married?
Was this property bought before or after marriage? Either way, if you are married and want to sell real estate or a car or such, both spouses have to sign their consent to the transaction. So if your husband sold something behind your back, you might have a case. If it was bought before that, there's room for argument.
Who bought 20th century guardian life insurance company of battle creek Michigan because you have insurance policy with them?
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Not necisarily. If you are married and the house was bought after the marriage then no. If you are married and the house was bought before the marriage and the person that did not originaly buy the house made one payment on it or you had a joint account that the payments came out of, then they are half owner. If you are just living together with no marriage, then the house it the person's…
Before an insurance company can sell insurance in a certain state, it must register with the State Dept of Insurance. If the company is sold, then it must notify the Dept of who it was sold to. If it just closes down, its policies were likely sold to another company, the Dept will have to be notified of that as well. Contact your State's Dept of Insurance and inquire there.