1. Speak with your family lawyer.
2. Depending on what type of policy, if it has a cash value you could be entitled to your equitable share.
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You've asked before - you need to get this answered in the context of the whole community estate. See an attorney.
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It is a term life insurance policy with no cash value (usually the case with term policies), you would apparently receive half of the death proceeds if the policy is still in force when he passes. More information would need to be known to assess how the proceeds would be paid out if you predeceased him.
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