Your husband takes the enjoyment out of your life?
tell him the problem, if he doesn not stop then leave
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Can a wife take out a life insurance on her husband and name herself as the beneficiary and keep that policy in effect after a divorce?
Yes. However, who will be the owner of the policy? The husband would have to sign the application and take the exams.
In the state of New Jersey can a husband take his wife off of his life insurance policy as beneficiary without her knowledge or signature?
Generally no. The insured must generally sign the application and take a physical. There are a FEW speciality policies that might do this. Here's ONE. http://www.piu.org/pdf/Confidential%20Life%20501.pdf It won't do spouses though. For more info see www.SteveShorr.com/life.htm Of course he can take …her off the policy and he can do that without her notice.He can have anyone at all as beneficiary ( Full Answer )
If your husband has your son as a beneficiary on his life insurance policy and won't take the time to get this changed what happens if he passes away?
Answer . IT DEPENDS WHO IS ON THE POLICY AT THE TIME OF DEATH. IF HIS SON IS ON THERE THEN HIS SON GETS THE MONEY
Answer . \nyes you can just go to a insurance place and take out insurance policy he will have to be there also,
LONELY . \nYOU GO ON WITH YOUR HEAD HELD HIGH AND FIND SOMEONE ELSE WHO WILL LOVE YOU AND TAKE CARE OF YOU FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE.THERE'S MANY MEN WHO ARE OUT THERE THAT ARE IN THE SAME PREDICTMENT YOU ARE SO YOUR NOT ALONE.STOP CRYING OVER SPILLED MILK.OBVIOUSLY HE DIDN'T CARE SO WHY SHOULD Y…OU.GO OUT, FIND SOMEONE,TAKE IT NICE AND SLOW AND FEEL OUT THE GUY AND SEE IF IT CAN BE SERIOUS AND ROMANTIC.GO ON A CRUISE,FLY TO A TROPICAL ISLAND IF YOU CAN.THEIR OUT THERE A SPECIAL PERSON JUST FOR YOU.GOOD LUCK!!!!! ( Full Answer )
Only if he is agreeable to allowing you to purchase the policy. He would be required to sign the application as the proposed insured and you would sign as the owner if you plan to keep the policy yourself. You cannot take out an insurance policy on someone without their knowledge and there must be a…n insurable interest. ( Full Answer )
Answer 1 No it was not. Even though Hitler managed to improve the economyand bring order to Germany, many of innocent lives were taken andmany peoples were being tortured. Hitler does not have the right totake away lives and cause pain towards the nation of Germany. Answer 2 Itdepends. Forpe…ople who were among those that Hitler persecuted and eventuallymurdered, certainly life was deplorable. For the general Germancitizen, life under Hitler was an improvement from the poverty anddifficulties of the Weimar Era. Many Germans at the time also sawHitler as a hero who was "saving" Germany and were pleased with thesegregation. (Most Germans were unaware of the atrocities that weregoing on.) ( Full Answer )
Answer . Because you are there and you're allow it! When we are out in society and working and doing business out there we have to take a lot of pressure and if we don't like what some people say to us we have to bite our tongue. Where else can you simply be yourself .... home! However, you are n…ot his lashing post and it's time you were firm with him and told him that unless he can sit down and communicate his frustrations with you like a human being you aren't going to take it anymore. Two heads are better than one.. My husband and I sit down together for a full hour (TV off) phone tone down and if there are any problems with him, myself or as a whole then we talk it out calmly and try to resolve the issue to the best of our ability. This has only proved to have brought us closer together in our marriage and we've been married 35 years. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Talk to him and tell him what you see happening in your relationship and let his reaction determine your next step.
You go down to Social security with your card and marriage license and they will change your name to your married name. Next step is the driver license. Go to the DMV and change it. Next to the bank and other places where you need to change your name. This will take you a few days before you have go…ne where you need to. ( Full Answer )
7/25/2008 Current victim/survivor: I can't agree enough with the author below. My former spouse was so sweet and kind and loving to me the first year or so...then all changed, he controlled every aspect, shut me out of his work life, spoke his own language, told me what where when to do things...W…e butted heads over a lot of issues for about 4 more years, I caught him in lie after lie about his work schedule/coworkers etc while he was out of town/country for weeks and months on end. He took advantage of my depression when I failed to conceive our child and when our dog had to be put to sleep. He emotionally mindf***ed me till I literally beat my head against the wall and wanted to die many times over. I reached out to my parents for help and support once and he cut me off all marital funds and credit. I had to come crawling home on his terms. That lasted about a year, and he then threatened to kill me when I exposed his infidelity and secret life. He shut all the money down again, and broke the restraining order to try to come back in the house to reason with me!!! The final order didn't stick, I lost to have the law protect me, and I paid huge for a lawyer. I left with what I could take and my animals, established my own apartment and thus began a very long and now psycho pathological divorce process with him. He found out each time I had a phone, cable, cell phone, PO box, new employer, new boyfriend, medical claims....he stalked the hell out of me for over 2 years, some of it I caught, some was not able to be proven. There is little that the women's crisis centers can do other than evacuate you out during a crisis, you can't get legal representation unless you are dirt poor and can prove it, and the law doesn't allow you to bring in past history if it has already been used in a trial and he was found innocent of the charge. Thus, trying to show that these abusers are historical in their pattern of abuse even while they don't live with you it next to impossible. Remember a psychopath will do ANYTHING to lie even if it involves a semi normal person to help him, but remember, he usually has equally deviant support people, so they are all crooked and evil. Consider it like breaking free from a mafia type mentality, it's consuming, scary, very difficult, tricky, unsafe and dangerous daily/hourly/minute to minute. You have to enlist a support system, if you can find one (not many want to get involved, even if they WERE your friends). Friends and family are sometimes just as stalked and threatened as you are by this same person. This process will wear you down to the bone as you will fatigue being so worried and consumed by fear, you eventually will crumble to bits and start to lose ground. I wish I had the formula to help the next victim out of similar situation, but there is no formula. It's a unique and unpredictable as a tornado, and hard to get out of the way most times and the casualty is usually the victim of abuse. It will take you many times to "recover", if you can, from the torture you endured at the will of the psychopath that will forever claim he loves you. DON'T turn back, DON't believe he loves you still....it's a trick to continue to control you in what ever way he can. It's dangerous and not worth it. Move on with your life. There is a process with the Social Security and victims services that you can petition to change name and SS#, but keep documents and records of the abuse, get letters from friends, lawyers, doctors as you go. Keep them in a safe and remote place. If you petition for a new name and SS#, you MUST do it at the same time, or it won't work, and he will find you any time by reverse look up. Place verbal security passwords on all your accounts so he can't access records. DON'T use your mother's maiden name, HE KNOWS IT WELL!!! That is the typical security password most use to identify you, just use your father's mother's maiden name or your first pet name, just make sure you remember it, keep a log book and hide it. Get new email accounts, and warn people to not respond to email from the old account, remember he knows all those email addresses they are on the home computer, right? Most of all, you need to take care of yourself, mentally and physically. You probably have had to go back to work more than full time to self support. Do not deny your fear, it's real to you. You know the psychopath better than anyone, go with your gut instinct when it smells like trouble. Make sure you have a chain of communication in place with friend or family, check in every couple days. Read stuff on the internet about stalking/harassment/domestic violence, it will empower you to know more resources. Store the most important and valuable items away from your new home, those are the things you will worry about if he breaks in and steals stuff, it will emotionally cripple you into doing stupid reactions towards him. That's the way he can push your hot button and win. Prevent those things from happening, don't let him see that he has made you react. They thrive on hurting you and seeing you destroyed. Good luck to all, from a STRONG LADY SURVIVOR!!! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Personal experience advice (first, congratulations for recognizing the sociopath in him and for taking action -- IT'S VERY DIFFICULT AND OFTEN SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE): You must move away; staying where you are and changing your phone number every time he manages to get ahold of the new one won't work and he will know where you are to hassle/hurt/kill you (I MEAN IT). Go someplace he can't get at you (I went to my mother's gated, guarded retirement community. Even though he knew it and her number, I knew he couldn't get past the gate). Don't trust anyone, especially mutual friends; you must have a girlfriend he tried to keep you away from but knows what's up. Trust no one. Women's crisis centers are a joke; restraining orders are a joke. YOUR LIFE IS IN DANGER EVEN IF YOU SIMPLY CAN'T IMAGINE THAT. Women die every day at the hands of sociopathic, abusive men and if I hadn't listened to one of the two girlfriends I managed to not let him isolate me from, I'd be one of them. GET OUT OF THERE, EVEN IF YOU HAVE TO CAMP OUT. It's not a matter of getting him out of your life -- you can't control him, only yourself -- it's a matter of you getting away from him because he won't leave you alone. Ever. After you leave, you can never have contact with again. Ever.\n. \n. \nTo All Survivors! Please get a copy of "Be the Pack Leader" by Cesar Millan ("The Dog Whisperer") even if you don't have a dog: better than any therapist/support group. \nTHIS IS FEMALE-CENTERED EMPOWERMENT! Sorry to yell, but IT'S THAT IMPORTANT. ( Full Answer )
Try the below ideas. Good Luck. 1. If you have access to their personal records, go through old bank statements or canceled checks to see if they paid any insurance companies.. 2. Did they have a personal lawyer or accountant who may have known about any old policies?. 3. Talk with a past employe…r about any group life insurance policy that may have existed.. 4. Get in touch with the Medical Information Bureau. They track all requested medical records by insurance companies for the past 7 years. So, if they took out the policy during this time period, most likely the MIB will know about it. You can find more information about them online.. 5. Look at the mail that continues to be delivered after the person's death. If it was a policy that was still being paid for, you'll see premium notices.. 6. Look at income tax returns to see if interest dividends on any life policy were claimed.. There is no time limit on claiming the benefits of any missing life insurance policy that you are the beneficiary of. It can be 25 years later and the company will still pay you the proceeds. ( Full Answer )
Your husband cannot legally obtain life insurance on you without your knowledge. And most companies require at least a cursory physical before agreeing to insure someone.
Every state is different when it comes to these situations.However, before worrying about the hassle of the court and childcustody, try making an arranged plan of who gets the children andwhen.
If two people are married and have children, one parent can take the children only if he was awarded custody by a court. If not, the wife could take legal action. If your husband did this, contact a lawyer.
It would presumably be similar to that of a heterosexual married couple, though I have read some studies that say married gay men have more sex with their husbands because men have a naturally higher sex drive.
Then the wife gets to make a choice to do it or not.. The choice between 'bald is beautiful' and 'natural is nifty' is entirely personal; and happily, what is fuzzy on Monday can be smooth on Tuesday. In other words it's a change you can make (smooth to fuzzy, fuzzy to smooth) over and over.. Try …it both ways, and decide what you both like. ( Full Answer )
If you are the mother you should be able to leave with the children. Depending on your state who ever has the children in their custody more likely gets the children if in a stable environment. Another Perspective Until there has been a custody order issued by the court both parents have the… same parental rights. Most women who separate from their husbands pending a divorce keep their children with them, however, if the husband objects the wife needs to consult with an attorney or court advocate and try to obtain a temporary custody order. ( Full Answer )
Yes. Pink and Carey Hart separated in early 2008. It was the inspiration for a lot of the songs on her latest album 'Funhouse'
Vickie was married to Eddie Guerrero on April 24, 1990 until his death on November 13, 2005. Together they had two daughters, Shaul Marie (born October 14, 1990) and Sherilyn Amber (born July 8, 1995). She is also a stepmother to Eddie's youngest daughter Kaylie Marie (born 2002).
You have to have an "insurable interest" to be eligible to take out life insurance on someone. If your ex's death will harm you money-wise (cause economic harm), you might be able to insure him/her: for example, if s/he is paying the mortgage. What does your divorce decree say? In any event, make su…re you tell your broker if you decide to get it. ( Full Answer )
You are 60 years old and have no life insurance Should your husband cash in a 10000 policy he has or should you take out life insurance or should you save money for your burial?
Hi, Whilst age is certainly a factor when you are considering getting some life insurance, it shouldn't be something that puts you off it. If you are looking for the cover to ensure that your family can pay for your burial, then life insurance is a good choice and I certainly would not recomme…nd that your husband cashes in his policy. That would simply leave both of you uncovered! You are better off looking for life insurance for yourself for a small sum assured (enough to cover your funeral) so that when the sad time comes, your family can cover both your husbands and your own funerals. You can find some more helpful information about over 50 life insurance on the website I've added to the related links. It should provide a bit more detail about how your age effects the cover and what you should be looking for. I hope that helps! ( Full Answer )
Many people take ecstacy for many reasons. You should read about ecstacy, starting with the wikipedia entry on ecstacy. Please don't just read government/anti-ecstacy websites. After you've learned about ecstacy (MDMA), you should take to your husband about why he took / takes ecstacy, and try… to have an open mind. ( Full Answer )
I've found that many men, and women too, are more open to ideas if they come up with it themselves. It helps to find a parallel, something that he can relate to and then present it in a non thretining way (not in the heat of the moment). Ultimately I've found that if I want to be taken seriously I h…ave to be very straight foreward about what I want. On the otherhand I think sometimes there are things that he just doesn't understand. I very often have to pick my battles with my husband, but if it is important to you. you'll need to speak up. Please keep in mind that this is no more than friendly advise from one wife to another, and I am in no way an expert. . ~S~ ps. sometimes I feel it's easier to express my feelings to my husband in writing. It helps me get everything out there without the interuptions of conversation. He can respond in his own way and in his own time, though I am always available there when he reads it. ( Full Answer )
She was a very jealous and vengeful goddess so she didn't take it very well. She often tried to prevent the births of Zeus's lovers' children or, if this failed, she would put obstacles in their paths.
What do you do if the only enjoyable thing about life is school because the girl you like is there how do I make my life more interesting?
First, to be consumed by love is both torturous and euphoric, a statement only absurd and contradictory to those not enmeshed in its grip. Still, to be so fully absorbed in unrequited love can have disastrous effects on the everyday functioning of life. Therefore, there comes a time when all fear of… rejection must be quashed, and the lover must profess this love to the object of affection, lest the lover continue to burn with a passion unbeknown to the beloved. This is not to say the lover should reveal the full depth of feeling at once. However, to be in love from afar is to construct idealized versions of the beloved in the mind. Simply getting to know the object of affection--perhaps by suggesting doing things together--will begin to allow for a better understanding of who the object of affection truly is, and not what the lover believes the beloved to be. This is only fair and ethical for both parties--to eliminate false constructs. If this course of action is impossible, then the noble but anachronistic notion of "courtly love" could be the impetus for new beginnings. Many a medieval and Renaissance poet or troubadour displaced their passions for impossible love into artistic pursuits, creating beautiful music, poetry, sculpture, and painted artwork. Eventually, these diversions of love may develop into something worthy of passion in-and-of-themselves. And, when the lover is ready to truly pursue a realistic love interest, these developed skills and arts will be useful tools in attracting the attention of the potential beloved. ( Full Answer )
It is possible to take testosterone to remedy a testosterone deficiency. But get a doctor to prescribe it, this is not an over-the-counter medication.
Yes, if he wins the custody Battle. He would have to go to court for that, though.
Not nasty revenge but try this.. If you have old clothes of his and it's in YOUR house,get it cut it up and and chuck it all over his (other ladys) lawn.. If you know the women he is cheating,tell her that your 'hubby' doesen't give good sex and he never uses condoms.. I would give more but I may… get in trouble. ( Full Answer )
Sandara Park of 2NE1, never married anyone. She only has a mother, father, and a younger brother Thunder, who is in MBLAQ.
If she is agreeable to it. The insured typically has to sign the application and undergo a physical, it isn't something that can be done in secret. And if there are children involved there is certainly a reason to do so.
Love is ---life is---family is--- freindship is---enjoyment is--- beauty is---music is ---me is--- fill in blank complete?
According to me. Love is Devote. Life is Enigma. Family is Speechless. Enjoyment is Friends. Beauty is Devotional. Music is Refreshment.
That is difficult situation but life must go on, be realistic even uneasy to do. You can start a new life, new family or perhaps get move to new environment.
I am sure most insurance companies have something for your husband. They will only limit their possible payout or even deny it all together if eventual future death is concidered to be related to or caused by cancer in any way. Make sure you read the fine print with magnifiers. Regards.
Look at the movie- substitute Phil Spector for George Palmer Putnam and Veronica Bennett for Amelia Earhart and you will get the drift! he tended to micro-manage much of her flights and exhibitions and ran the thing for a profit- no Wall of Sound- but one gets the idea of an abusive ( Big Brother Hu…bby) small wonder they split up. Modify the tragic ending and work in the Ronettes- retitle the film Veronica- hey, I like the idea! so won"t you, Be My, Be my Baby... ( Full Answer )
I think we can go on. I think we should go on. the only thing I don't like is when I hear women my age going out with many men and having lots of sex with differ ant partners. I can't not do that I don't want to .I respect myself and my potential partner. I love sex maybe to much but, I am very shy …when it comes to giving it. I need a connection. I need to feel sexy and only a man can do that. IF He does then DAM look out baby you will be blow away. I am 50 AND HAVE HAD 4 RELATIONSHIPS. All ending in marriage and all ending when the sex stopped. I am the poorest divorcee' this side of the Hudson. but, truthfully when the sex is gone so am I. I LOVE TO BE MARRIED . I work 5days a week and love to cook and come home every night. IS there something wrong with me? No, i just want to be loved for the person I am. who is beautiful, strong, loving , faithful to no end. So I look forward to my next love. I know your out there. don't worry if its met to be I will find you. ( Full Answer )
No. You can have anyone you want be the beneficiary. A trust, church, or any person you choose can be your beneficiary.
No, you can get him to change the beneficiary and then the money that is claimed will be yours if it has been changed by your husband to your name.
This is a very broad question, the answer to which depends upon many factors. 1. His age and health will determine, in part, the type(s) and amounts of life insurance for which he can qualify. 2. If you and he are raising a family and are primarily concerned with protection during the child-ex…pense years, term insurance may be indicated. All other factors being equal, it is generally less costly than whole life, because there is no value accumulating within the insurance--it is death benefits only. If he dies with the policy in force, benefits are paid. If the policy expires prior to his death, nothing gets paid. In that regard, term insurance can be had for various terms (periods of time), such as 10-15-20 years. 3. While insurance is intended as protection and not as an investment, whole life coverage does accumulate value ("cash value") because a portion of the premium pays for the insurance and a portion goes into something similar to a savings account. Therefore, there is a store of money that slowly accumulates that can be borrowed for future needs. If not repaid, it is debited against the death benefit. 4. When purchasing life insurance, you will likely be offered certain add-on benefits. One is a disability waiver of premium benefit. For an additional premium, this will waive the obligation to make future premium payments if the person responsible for paying premiums becomes disabled according to the terms of the waiver provision. While not all disabilities qualify, it is a potentially valuable benefit. Another is an option to purchase additional amounts of insurance at various points in his life. This, too, is valuable because the option to purchase the additional insurance is generally without regard to his then-current state of health. I recommend you this site where you can compare quotes from different companies usinsurancequote.org ( Full Answer )
Can an ex wife decide to take out a life insurance policy on her ex husband after the divorce has been over for a year and there are no children involved but she is receiving spousal support but works?
Wells.. you see your wife (x-wife) can smd cus she's prolly a dirty who're u knocked up in Vegas n the answer's yes motherf*%#er. Eat s&!t and die b$#&h.
to find the right husband simply means to find the right guy and is actually much easier. the first step is dont try too much. let it flow. a guy would only be perfect for you is when you dont try hard enough to impress someone. if you put so much effort in just impressing, imagine what will you do …when you both are ready to settle down, stress yourself in impressing him all the time? just make some guy friends and if there is one guy you felt comfortable with, then maybe consider him as the love of your life. love at first sight are very rare so instead of picking the right guy from his handomse feature, just look around you and see who has really been there for you. i hope i dont confuse you too much another point is that a perfect relationship doesnt always comes with flowers and chocolates and everytime spending time together or constant text messaging with erotic and cuddly smses. ive seen enough those ends early as they are trying too much and eventually exhausted. so when you are dating, just take it easy. dont expect fine dining, special valentine and messaging till the wee hour on nonsense. occasionally is okay but dont expect it to be a relationship habit. think how stressing is it for him too to constantly impressing you. conclusion: just take it easy. dont stress yourself too much about it. make some friends then find the right guy around you rather than going head hunting for him. hope it helps ( Full Answer )
You don't HAVE to, it's just the tradition and the typical choice of newlyweds. Some people use both their last names, hyphenated. All of it is legal if performed and sanctioned by a judge.
Why some women falsely accuse their in-laws for interfering in her life and even take their genuine concern as interference and want husbands all to herself?
when women get married, they envision a new life all of their own. Which usually doesn't include their husband's parents (ahem mothers in particular) giving their two cents on every issue in their lives. of course they want their husbands to themselves:thats why they married them. some mothers don't… know when to let go, and step back and let a new chapter of their children's lives begin. many mothers can ruin their children's marriages by interfering and showing their disapproval in their son's wives and their choices. so back off and get a life of your own. ( Full Answer )
If you do not need the money to live on immediately, invest for yourself and off-springs retirement. If immediate use, payoff as many bills as possible, ex home note, cars, credit cards, medical bills. That way you have a homestead to leave children and least bills to deal with as you get older.
Not really becuase technically he is very to die in that prison that he is in , unless he is freed earlier than his sentence (which i doubt will ever happen) ypou can give it a shot
Your question, while simple on the surface, is complicated. Do you have a place to go and a source of income when you get there? Are you in an abusive relationship or are things just not working out? You can't just take your children away, never allowing your husband to see them again...not without …good reason anyway and that would be something that would have to be established in court. You should not take them to another country or even across state lines without having your ducks in a row (court ordered custody and even then, you'd need the consent of your husband in both scenarios unless the courts terminate parental rights) or you could find yourself facing kidnapping charges. You should consult with an attorney before you do anything, or with law enforcement if you are being abused. Otherwise, if you take the kids and go without having good reason, you could wind up losing them if your husband hires an attorney and files a legal action against you. ( Full Answer )
Yes, provided you are the legitimate owner of the vehicle and the husband has no claim of ownership. If the husband is the registered owner, however, then he has claim of ownership, and can't steal something which belongs to him.
You cannot. In case of any claim after your divorce and the policy bond is in your possession, the claim will be summarily rejected by the insurance company. It's advisable to surrender the policy on your ex husband to the insurance company against official receipt.
If you want to take your Jamaican husband to Canada, he will first need a passport. You can usually get these at a post office, but check your local listings to make sure. After he has a passport, book a flight to Canada for him and yourself.
Technology has been stepping in a new way day by day. which make usvery easier and faster. I can give an example of vocca adapter.Vocca adapter is a voice activated adapter where you need to inserta bulb in it. Hence you can operate any bulb with your voice byplacing the bulb in the adapter. Now you… can operate you bulb veryeasily and quickly. ( Full Answer )