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    My partner died in 2017 from alcohol intoxication. He had a policy with Scottish widdows which I was the only benificiary. I havent dealt with it yet as I dont rate my chances of success and I havent been in the right mindset anyhow. I feel now is the time to wrap it up once and for all. They want his medical records. We were never married and his blood family have cut all ties with me and wanted nothing to do with him when He was alive. Anyway, Scottish widdows are now asking for a grants of representation which is something new and I dont understand. There was no will or estate. Only this policy and his work insurance which was Split 50/50 between his mum and I. Could someone tell me why they are now asking for this and if I am able to get it at all? Thanks
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    For example, my deceased husband and I were thinking about life insurance a year ago, because my husband was seriously ill and we all knew that sooner or later in the coming years he would leave us. And he didn't want to leave us without money, so he started working more and insured his life so that if he died, we would have some money to live on. He and I chose a good team of professionals life insurance average payout who helped us to make insurance, which soon helped my family not to stay on the street. Therefore, if you do not want to take risks, then insure yourself so as not to get into another trouble. God bless you
    Last edited by JamesR777; 7th February 2021, 22:50:PM.

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