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Always request Life Insurance on the life of the maintenance Payor, (usually the ex-husband), so that in the event the Payor dies prematurely, the recipient (usually the ex-wife) ex- spouse will have funds to help support her or him.  In most cases maintenance/alimony stops when the payor (usually the ex-husband) dies, leaving the surviving spouse with no income to support herself.
Some attorneys and judges may tell you that a court cannot require life insurance on the Payor's life to insure support for the surviving spouse.  The law is not settled on this point, so ask for it, in fact, demand it.
 


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    Kenneth (Ken) Hubbard, Divorce & Family Law Attorney, DuPage County, IL, has  25 years experience in the field of Divorce, Family and  Matrimonial Law. 
    NOTE:  Legal information provided is general and should not be relied on as legal advice.  Legal advice cannot be given without full consideration of all relevant information relating to the blog visitor's individual situation.

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