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1 Answers. Asked on Jul 08th, 2013 on Estate Litigation - South Carolina
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If the named beneficiary pre-deceased the policy holder, can creditor go after the insurance proceeds before the benefits are paid to the surviving relatives?
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Answered on Jul 08th, 2013 at 6:58 PM

confirm with a local lawyer, but i would be concerned. if the proceeds are paid to the estate because the listed beneficiaries have predeceased the policy holder, the creditor may be able to pursue them.

William R. Pelger, Attorney Munhall, Pennsylvania 412-461-1900

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