You can file a motion with the court that he be required to advise the insurance company that you are authorized to obtain information regarding the payment status of the policy. Or, if there is a reason to believe that he will not remit payments to keep the policy in place, then you can ask the court that he be required to continue to provide you with proof of payments.
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What does your settlement agreement say? What does the decree say? Where is your lawyer on this?
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Just like the exchange of tax returns on a yearly basis, there should be something in the decree and separation agreement that required your ex to show you proof of the company and the amount of life insurance and that it is current. If that was not put into the separation agreement and decree, file a motion with the court to modify the decree and separation agreement. Your attorney should have taken care of that for you.
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