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Life Insurance Benefits Go to Daughter (access required)

Although husband and daughter claim the right to wife’s life insurance proceeds under theories of constructive trust, unjust enrichment, dissipation of marital assets and undue influence exercised by wife’s daughter (and husband’s stepdaughter) who was named beneficiary, a magistrate judge for the Richmond U.S. District Court says the stepdaughter gets the proceeds, as wife affirmed ...

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