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When there is Life insurance on a spouse that has an ex-wife and minor child and spouse that dies is behind in child support can ex-wife take life insurance benefits that are the current spouses?

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2005-09-20 02:19:25
2005-09-20 02:19:25

No, if she was the named beneficiary the benefits belongs to her, and she has no legal responsibility for the deceased's children.

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