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What is the verbiage used in a Per stirpes beneficiary designation?

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It is a type of life insurance policy beneficiary designation in which the life insurance benefits are divided among a class of beneficiaries, typically the children of the insured. Best explanation is an example: An insured has two children, and each of those children have two kids. If his children are listed as equal primary beneficiaries, they split the proceeds 50/50. However, if one child predeceases the insured, the surviving child received 100% of the proceeds. If the bene designation is the insured's children per stirpes, they still split the proceeds 50/50 if both alive when the insured dies. However, if one child predeceases the insured, the surviving child only receives 50% of the proceeds and the children of the deceased child will each get 25%, splitting the 50% that was designated for their deceased parent.

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