If I make my son the beneficiary on my life insurance, can my husband also access the money if he survives me?
get to an attorney who can help you. It is possible to set up a trust or will to cover the use of the insurance proceeds so that the proceeds are used as you intended. You can dictate in the agreement how much, when and for what purposes money is to be used in order to keep it out of his direct control and ex-wife's access.
by LifeInsuranceAgent - 21 hours ago
You should seek legal counsel in the state where you live. Normally, an insurance policy where you leave the assets can only be accessed by someone else if they were to contest the award in court. That means that your ex and his wife would have to bring a legal action and challenge the payment. They could not receive any payment by simply approaching the insurance company.
by new england - 21 hours ago
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