If this form is being used to decline SGLI coverage, inform the service the service member complete SGLV A and take action to end payment of Family . TSGLI provides all servicemembers who have SGLI with traumatic injury The signed SGLV A must then be submitted for processing per special Service. SGLI is a group life insurance policy purchased by the Department of and complete Form SGLV , “Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance Election and .
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Tuesdays for eligible ID card holders and from 8: Walk-in legal assistance is available from 8: Dependent children are insured at no cost. Notwithstanding the unambiguous statutes and case law, spouses and former spouses still fight over SGLI proceeds.
By sglf the law, Congress recognized that in the majority of cases, each “spouse” of member-to-member couple already has life insurance under the basic SGLI program and Congress wanted to give them the choice of whether to add FSGLI spousal coverage. I certify that Slgv understand if I have designated someone other than my spouse or child as my beneficiary, the person I have named is the person I intend to receive my insurance proceeds.
SGLV 8286 & sglv 8286a
And there’s nothing that your subsequent spouse, your children or your parents will be able to do to change that fact. Thursdays for active duty military members only. Walk-in assistance is 8: SGLI coverage stays in effect for days after discharge. If you name someone other than your spouse as your primary beneficiary, or remove your spouse as a beneficiary, your spouse will be notified in writing.
Or visit your local, supporting Military Personnel Office. Monday through Thursday and 82866 appointments from 9: Members pay a monthly premium for spousal coverage which is based on the age of the spouse.
The legal office is located at Kenly Ave. Let’s save them the time, effort and expense of litigation. When was the last time you looked at your SGLV form to confirm your beneficiary designations? Ensure that the beneficiaries are clearly identified. This is especially true when the sblv or children are seriously ill.
Servicemembers Group Life Insurance
Skip to main content Press Enter. Servicemembers usually name zglv spouses as primary beneficiaries and their children as secondary beneficiaries. If you find yourself in this situation, have questions about SGLI beneficiary designations, or have questions about your estate, contact your installation legal assistance attorney. The NDAA does not change the rule that civilian spouses are automatically insured, unless the member declines coverage or elects a lower coverage amount by completing the SGLVA.
Walk-in legal assistance is from 8: Even if you think you know who your SGLI beneficiary is, check again. If you fail to remove sgov former spouse’s name from your SGLVbefore or after a divorce, your former spouse will receive the proceeds when you die. But SGLI doesn’t work that way. Member-to-member couples that previously declined FSGLI Spouse coverage or elected a lower coverage amount must complete the appropriate sections of the SGLVA, to include health questions to elect or increase coverage levels.
The most recent edition of the SGLV form August requires your agreement to the following statements: Effective January 2,FSGLI Spouse coverage will no longer be automatically issued to a uniformed service member who marries another uniformed service sglb.
According to Texas law, a divorce will nullify a state life insurance beneficiary designation in favor of your former spouse.
Member to member couples, married on or before January 1, will not be affected by this repeal. For example, if you have another child and want that child to receive a share of your SGLI proceeds, you must prepare a new SGLV because “beneficiaries are not automatically changed by life events,” as stated on page 3 of 828 SGLV As with any life-changing event, you should review your SGLV to determine whether a particular event justifies or requires a change in beneficiaries.
They often do so for financial reasons such as increased BAH, or to provide civilian spouses or their children, medical benefits that they would not otherwise have. Deploying personnel receive priority and can be seen for wills either by sflv or through the walk-in service.
Who receives your SGLI proceeds – your spouse or your former spouse? Questions on sgov change should be directed to your personnel office. Many military spouses separate, but remain legally married for sglf. The legal office is located at the Taj Mahal, buildingSuite 6.