As a parent, you know that you can carry life insurance on a child who is under the age of 18. But once your child reaches the age of 18, you may find yourself wondering if you are still legally allowed to carry life insurance on your child. Here at Goodman Insurance, Inc., serving the greater Shelton, CT area, we are more than happy to answer any questions you may have about life insurance.
Life Insurance for my Adult Child
A parent can carry a life insurance policy on their adult child. This is because you have an insurable interest in your child. You may still support your child, and if they were to pass away, you might pay for some or all of their funeral and final expenses. If you had carried life insurance on your child when they were a minor, nothing is likely to change with the policy once they shift over into adulthood.
If you are a parent who does not have life insurance on your adult child, but you are thinking about taking out a policy on them before they head off to college or out into the real world, you are still able to take out coverage. However, taking out a policy on an adult is a bit different than taking out a policy on a child. If your child is over the age of 18, they have to consent to allow you take out the policy on their life. If they do not agree to it, you will not be able to take out a life insurance policy on them.
If you are looking to take out a new life insurance policy on your minor or adult child in the greater Shelton, CT area, Goodman Insurance, Inc. can help you find the best plan for your needs. Call us now to get started.