Thank you. I'm also curious about life insurance. I am currently active dutyMarine Corp and going through a divorce. My wife is asking that half of the policy go into a trusty for our two children, which I agree with, she then wants to be the sole beneficiary of the remaining amount. I am not Ok with this and wondering if this is actually something that can be enforced in a divorce v order?
Thank you. I currently have a 400k policy. I have agreed to set 200k in a trusty for the children in the event of my passing. She is requesting to be the sole beneficiary of the additional 200k. This is where my issue lies and what I question.
Thank you. Sorry for the confusion on my end. I'm typing from my phone and it has a mind of its own sometimes. Lol
I appreciate your help
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