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No, you don't have to unless there was a court order as part of your divorce stating that you would help her maintain life insurance, or that you would maintain life insurance... something like that.
But no, you don't have to sign anything unless a court tells you that you must. In this case, it doesn't sound like that is the case, but you may want to review your divorce decree to be sure.
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