Assuming you were the beneficiary upon his death-I would just submit a death certificate to the insurance company asking to receive a beneficiary check.
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Very sorry for your loss. If you were the beneficiary upon his death-the ownership question should not make a difference.
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I agree changing ownership and changing beneficiaries are two separate things...
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As the other attorneys stated, ownership and beneficiaries are distinct. Submit the death certificate to the life insurance company and make a claim for the benefits. If they refuse or deny the claim, then you should contact an insurance attorney. Good luck with everything.Ask a similar question