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August 24, 2005


Ken Puck

What if the spouse is made both owner and beneficiary -- and dies before the insured?

Who owns the policy? (Presumably, the spouse's estate.)

Who can then change the beneficiary? (Presumably the estate's executor.)

Seems fraught. Can you clarify and pass along any suggestions?

Thank you.

Bacon Wilson Law

Ken, we cannot respond to individual legal inquiries on this blog. Please email or call attorney Darling directly for assistance. 413.781.0560 [email protected]

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