No, an incompetent primary beneficiary does not have to share the life insurance proceeds with the contingent beneficiary. A guardian of the estate will likely need to be appointed for the incompetent primary beneficiary. Good luck.
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I agree with Attorney Schemmel, the answer is no.
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