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Good afternoon,I'm Doug, and I'm very sorry to hear of the confusion. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today.
Based on the court order---and presuming that you are referring to a life insurance policy and not a beneficiary of a pension policy, then if you are to be paid the proceeds of the life policy, obviously you are entitled to the half that was ordered to be paid to you for your use.
Because you were ordered to act as a trustee of the other half of the policy, then despite the fact that your children ate adults now, the court order requires that you turn over the other half of the proceeds to your children. The court order did not specify that the money for the children would only be applicable if they were not yet adults, and therefore as the trustee your present obligation is still to collect the money for the benefit of your children. As they are adults now, you should disburse the money directly to them.
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