How can I as a veteran wife stop my husbands adult daughter from getting his c&p when he is deceased. I'm his wife but this is not our daughter together. We have none. He made her beneficiary. If I'm married to him for years, how is it that she gets to walk away with my income at his demise? We are both disabled. What, do I give up my life style. Would VA really do that to me?
Answer by Anonymous at 11:51 PM on Nov. 6, 2008
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Answer by Anonymous at 10:56 PM on Nov. 6, 2008
thats not selfish he's not the one going to get the money.. Maybe he wants he daughter not to worry about anything and maybe he know you will be able to handle yourself and shes the one that will need the help. Like I said why are you thinking about he dying. thats the last thing I want to think about my husband
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