Who should an adult single child name as their life beneficiary?
An adult single child may name anyone they choose to be their beneficiary, if they own the life insurance policy. Some people you may want to consider would be anyone you are related to, someone who depends on you for financial support, a charity, your parents, siblings, or relatives.
Can a parent or guardian be the wrongful death beneficiary of his or her adult child in Alabama or Nebraska if that child has no wife or children?
No. You must have a trust drafted by an attorney who specializes in trust law. The minor will be named the beneficiary of the trust, an adult trustee will be named in the trust and the property should be transferred to that trustee to hold for the benefit of the child. A minor cannot serve as a trustee. No. You must have a trust drafted by an attorney who specializes in trust law. The minor…
When an adult child has died does her spouse now become the beneficiary of her parents will if he is not stated in the will?
Does your ex husband have the right to claim on an insurance policy if child died in car accident child an adult?
if he's not on the policy as a beneficiery he can't. ADDED: It makes no difference if the child is an adult or a minor. If the policy is up-to-date (i.e.: all premiums paid and current) and your ex-husband is a named beneficiary on the policy then he does have beneficiary rights. It's as simple as that. On the other hand, if he was NOT specifically named on the policy, he has no claim whatsoever.
No, being a widow has no impact. The beneficiary has already been designated. As a designated beneficiary, the child or the child's legal gaurdian may have a right to receive the benefits on the designated child's behalf. The designation of the child as beneficiary under the policy by the Insured indicates the decedents clear intent that the child should benefit from the policy.
When adult children refuse to buy life insurance can their parents purchase it for them without the childrens knowledge?
Life Insurance cannot be purchased on someone that is not aware. They do have to sign paperwork and the beneficiary must have a insurable interest. This prevents anyone from taking out insurance on someone and signing themselves as the beneficiary. When the child is concidered an Adult, they are responsible for getting their own. Unfortunately this is the case.
By adult child I assume you mean 18 and over...so If an adult child(18+)(That is not mentally disabled) deliberately and knowingly hits a parent then the parent should call the police and have the adult child(18+) arrested for assault and/or battery and follow through with the charges and let them face criminal punishment for their crime....If the adult child is say 15-17 then police should be called and the child sent through the juvinle justice…
Can you still adopt a child if you dropped out of high school and you want to raise the child being a single parent?
I think that this depends on the state you reside in. I can not see how dropping out of high school should affect this unless you are not a legal adult (in which case you wouldn't be able to adopt anyway). As long as you can raise a child in a safe environment I see no reason (single or married) that you can't adopt a child. Check with your city or state about their adoption…
You cannot disinherit a minor child. An adult child can be disinherited in most jurisdictions. However, you should check the laws of your jurisdiction to make certain it is done correctly. Many states have laws about disinheriting a child. A will should always be drafted by an attorney who specializes in probate in your jurisdictions.
Can a deceased dad's insurance policy be contested by an adult child when step mom has been named sole beneficiary?
No. The child is considered an adult and no longer needs to be in the custody of an adult. No. The child is considered an adult and no longer needs to be in the custody of an adult. No. The child is considered an adult and no longer needs to be in the custody of an adult. No. The child is considered an adult and no longer needs to be in the custody of an…