My husband and I are very poor and do not have medical or life insurance.
He has lost several jobs (due to his mean, spiteful ex-wife), and is several thousand dollars behind in child support.
If I get a job and am able to purchase life insurance on him, and he dies, his ex-wife will definitely sue me for the money since he owes her money.
I am his Wife, she is not – although she is the legal guardian of his children. Will she win in court if she were to sue me for life insurance that I purchased and paid for out of my own salary?
What if he were, God forbid, he dies in a car accident (he travels frequently) and I receive a monetary settlement. Will she be able to take that from me?
Remember, HE owes the child support. They are not my children.
Does his child support obligation end at death, or does his estate (me) have to pay her any of MY money, as his wife?
p.s. She holds a 0,000 life insurance policy on him – so she WILL get paid when he dies. She also lives in a 1/2 million $ house in a gated country club – and has over million in money and assets. She’s NOT broke by any means.
Marie, he is most certainly NOT a deadbeat! My husband works TWO jobs to pay her 50% of every dime he makes!
He lost his law license because of her constant lies – she is a sociopath. The backwoods southern GA Judge refused to grant him a modification of child support, because he has a law degree BUT without a license YOU CANNOT PRACTICE LAW. It is a double edged sword.
He is a 10 times better parent than she is, but because she is female, she gets away with her lies and spiteful behavior.
I know that God is watching and her Judgement is coming.
So is yours Marie, my dear, for being so narrow minded and judging a wonderful man and an amazing father!