Well, here is the question, who owns the policy? Chances are likely that if you bought it for him thru your work, you are the owner. As such you get to designate the beneficiary. If you did not assign it to the wife or girlfriend and left yourself as the primary beneficiary then only you are eligable to receive the death benefit. So, the question is, who owns the policy. Find that out and you have your answer. 4lifeguild
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how do i get a copy of my husbands life insurance from global insurance
Yes... you are not entitled to receive benefits; you must comply with their requests in order to take advantage of their offer of insurance.
It depends on how their plan document is worded and the specific reason given for denial of coverage for the wife. If their plan document states that dependents with access to other coverage cannot be enrolled and the wife has access to insurance through her employer, then they can.
Yes. You should discuss this issue with an attorney.
Depends on the specifics of the divorce settlement.
This would depend on the terms of the divorce agreement.
No. The inheritance belongs to the husband.
"The average amount of life insurance coverage on insured husbands is $235,600 "
No, but if you don't tell them you are married then you are committing insurance fraud.
Absolutely not. However your husbands policy would become your secondary insurance and you would hold your own primary insurance. Make sure you check with each insurance company to verify that the offer coordination of benefits on what is considered major work!
Your husbands ex girl is always on your mind , as she might be the prettier, and smarter girl, between the two of you, and you have got jelousy in, leave her out of your mind, as she is your husbands ex girlfriend anyway
Have your husband call the insurance agent to make this change.
If it hasn't been dictated as part of the divorce settlement, then no.
Many people who divorce do have a clause in the decree regarding insurance beneficiaries. If the decree is written this way and/or the policy includes her as a beneficiary, then she certainly has rights.
No. An inheritance is not considered joint property, so you are not entitled to any portion of your husband's share of his inheritance.
The husbands own insurance would be primary, and his wife's would be secondary.
Only if you were awarded a portion of the benefits in the divorce action.
You should contact an attorney to discuss your special circumstances.
This is a bit complicated, as he may have a company or a factory but if it is in partnership with someone then you can not take half of it just like that.
Do I have to pay tax on my exhusband's life insurance if I am also the benificary of the policy?
if you have cancer before you are married, it will most likely be considered a pre-existing condition and it will not be covered by insurance.
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