Lifeline Direct Insurance Assists Clients Obtain Life Insurance for Divorce and Child Custody

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Lifeline Direct Insurance Services announces the launching of their new program assisting families going through divorce to obtain hassle free court ordered life insurance in as little as 24-48 hours.

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“Lifeline Direct was able to help me get a $100,000 life insurance policy for about $20 per month and had me approved in 24 hours." Arthur C. Portland, OR

Lifeline Direct Insurance Services, a nationally branded life insurance agency specializing in term life insurance, provides clients transparency in their insurance options by finding the appropriate insurance plan for their specific situation at the most competitive prices on the market. As a growing leader in the term life insurance market Life Line Direct Insurance Services understands their client’s needs to have a policy approval with fast turn-around time to satisfy court ordered life insurance and divorce settlement requirements. According to client Arthur C. in Portland, Oregon “Lifeline Direct was able to help me get a $100,000 life insurance policy for about $20 per month and had me approved in 24 hours. The process allowed me to satisfy the court requirement but most important, to know my son would be taken care of if something were to happen to me.”

Lifeline Direct Insurance understands the stress couples go through during a divorce, not only does it take an enormous emotional toll on all parties involved but also the burden of splitting financial assets. Typically life insurance for divorce is normally put in place to cover child support or alimony to a specific point in time. The most affordable option to cover said cost is with a term life insurance policy. Programs are available through Lifeline Direct Insurance to obtain child support life insurance in as little as 24-48 hours depending on what state the proposed insured is located in.

One of the most important elements in divorce life insurance is to determine who the owner of the policy will be. Typically if the policy is being taken out to cover minor children the custodial parent will be named the owner of the policy, however the proposed insured will want to include a provision in the settlement that the children are entitled to a part of the estate if the policy were to lapse or beneficiary designation were to change.

About Lifeline Direct Insurance
Direct Insurance Services was founded to assist clients in finding the right life insurance plan for their specific situation at the most competitive prices on the market. Lifeline Direct Insurance remains diligent in their goal to deconstruct and speed up the process of acquiring insurance for their clients. To obtain more information please contact Lifeline Direct Insurance Services at 877-805-9624 or http://www.lifelinedirectinsurance.com

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