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When a new will is made does the life insurance company need to be notified?

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2011-07-26 02:01:26
2011-07-26 02:01:26

No. they do not. The distribution you make of your personal assets upon your death is none of the insurance company's business, or concern.

However, if you wish to change the beneficiary of your life insurance policy - yes - they MUST be notified of that fact, or the proceeds of your life insurance policy may go to someone whom you do not wish to have them.

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