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Life policies

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21 Mar 08 #17337 by Donnylass
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:unsure:Could anyone help me on this? I have 5 With Profits Life Policies maturing in different years, for differing amounts-some for approx £2000-£3000 + a larger final one that was predicted to be around £15000. Do I I have to get a cash value equivalent, like I am doing on pension or what? I presume b*****d will be entitled to a share? I am really struggling to get my head round all the financial bit of this divorce lark!! Any advice gratefully received.

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21 Mar 08 #17340 by beyondhelp
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Yes. You should obtain a current surrender value from the life policy providers.

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