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Old 09-18-2013, 01:15 AM
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Post What happens if my parent's failed to pay their long term care insurance even for six
My parents bought this complete long term care early last 2012 from someone in New York (I linked the company in case you want to study it because I really need help). They're still paying it until last month and everything's fine. Last Thursday however, my father was fired from his work. Mom owns a small garden shop and the income it generates is enought for their daily expenses, nothing else. What they're worried about is the insurance money, that the insurance will be cancelled and they're left with nothing. There is however a non-forfeiture clause on every insurance company, I've heard. Can someone tells me how it works?
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Old 08-06-2014, 03:43 AM
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Thanks for all your replies. I finally answered this question myself after countless of reading and confirmed my hunch. Using a good source like www.acsia.com and wikipedia among many others, here's what I bitterly learned:

Normally, long-term care insurance companies will cancel the policy once the insurance holder stops paying them (making insurance premiums very tricky and risky, but hey, I think everything is risky nowadays). But there are rare cases when insurance companies will accept the estates of the insurance holder depending on the estates' equivalent amount.
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Old 08-21-2014, 01:13 PM
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I am so sorry to hear that your are going through a tough situation, I advise you talk to your local social worker.
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Thanks for sharing nice information..
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