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military documents needed before deployment
      #668405 - 06/15/10 08:09 PM

When active military(navy) deploy are they required to leave their papers at their residence ie wills power of attorney etc Son is deploying in 8 days and is refusing to leave any documents at home at all When he was told that his co would be advised he just laughed and said that he and co were drinking buddies Wouldn't amount to anything Is this possible

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Re: military documents needed before deployment [Re: dfm]
      #668411 - 06/15/10 08:28 PM

What?????

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Re: military documents needed before deployment [Re: Miranda]
      #668425 - 06/15/10 09:08 PM

Son and daughter in law are contemplating divorce but he wants to do nothing until he returns from deployment.He has informed her that she doesn't need to see any of his papers like his will etc because they are the same as last time. Also he told her that he expected her to move out of their home by next summer. Her answer was that she would ask his co if he could threaten her with that. and he laughed and said that he and co were drinking buddies and that nothing would be answered Do individuals deploying have to show wives if they have completed the necessary paperwork

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Re: military documents needed before deployment [Re: dfm]
      #668428 - 06/15/10 09:10 PM

I have never heard of a member being forced to show his or her spouse a will or any other documents but I am only well versed in Air Force regulations. He can change his will and leave everything to tweety bird if he wants to.

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Re: military documents needed before deployment [Re: Miranda]
      #668429 - 06/15/10 09:13 PM

i understood that active military could NOT leave their life insurance to any other than direct family Am i wrong

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Re: military documents needed before deployment [Re: dfm]
      #668433 - 06/15/10 09:36 PM

I think life insurance is different than the will. The spouse is the beneficiary until the divorce is final. Is that correct, Miranda?

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Re: military documents needed before deployment [Re: english7]
      #668439 - 06/15/10 09:57 PM

No, that is not right at all. The member designates the beneficiary.

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Re: military documents needed before deployment [Re: english7]
      #668441 - 06/15/10 10:15 PM

When I was married and AD my husband was never my beneficiary...my mother was. The first thing people do when they separate is go to the MPF and change the beneficiary on their SGLI.

[censored]://[censored].insurance.va.gov/SGLISITE/sgli/sgliFaq.htm#11

Naming a Beneficiary and Settlement Option

Who Can You Designate To Be The Beneficiary?

You may designate any person, [censored], corporation or legal entity (including your own estate individually or as a trustee) as principal or contingent beneficiary. Note: State divorce decrees, separation agreements or other state court or municipal court documents are not binding on the determination of a beneficiary.

Married service members should be aware that if they name a beneficiary other than their spouse or child their spouse will be notified by the Department of Defense that a change has been made. The only exceptions to this rule are if:

1. the spouse has already been notified of the change, and

2. the spouse was not the beneficiary in the election prior to the current beneficiary change.





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Edited by Miranda (06/15/10 10:18 PM)


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