Where can I search for a lost life insurance policy?

My dad died many years ago and he had talked about having insurance, but he was very private and never discussed money with his kids. Is there anyway I can find out if he had life insurance when he died?
Asked Jun 20, 2010
You can use http://www.FindLostLifeInsurancePolicy.com to search for any life insurance policy on anyone -- no matter how old the policy is. It's simple and only requires some basic information. They do charge, but it's a nominal cost and they are able to access millions of policy records. Various sources state that life insurance companies are holding billions of dollars that never get claimed. Now there's no reason not to check and see if someone left a benefit for you.
Answered Jun 20, 2010
I would also sugguest speaking with local companies that have done life insurance for a while, it would only take looking a bit of research and few phone calls.

Answered Jul 15, 2010

There is really not much you can do if you do not know the company name which holds your life insurance policy. There is a company called: www.FindYourPolicy.com which allows you to register the company name which holds your life insurance policy so that your beneficiaries, with certainty, will be able to locate your policy when the time comes. The service seems to be FREE. It is well worth looking into.
Answered Feb 17, 2011
Buy one term insurance plan with a big life cover and be done with it. Best term life insurance service is beneficial for every one.
Answered Nov 18, 2013

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