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PostPosted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 11:40 pm   Post subject:   

If the young lady is the primary beneficiary, the money is hers. Period. There will always be others who would love to help separate her from her money.



The mother of the late soldier wants to help her with what expenses? Ones that she expects to be repaid for?



Forget what anyone with "an interest" in the money has to say. Wait until Sept 6 and allow her to collect the full $400,000 check (plus interest). Tell all the others eager for a piece of the action to pound sand.



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I don't have the rescources do this




Perhaps you could just retype the letter here?


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2010 3:40 pm   Post subject: Need some advice.  

I am in the same situation. My husband passed away on July 10,2010. I was not informed of my husbands sgli no notice that he changed his sgli.I have 3 young boy's with my husband. Not sure if they gave is mother the sgli yet or what! My Caco can only do so much I have tried numerous times and everytime I do get someone they say that they would get back to me never do. Me and his mother have no communication at all. They feel his mother deserve it and I understand that but we have 3 young boy's.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2010 5:29 pm   Post subject:   

If you (or the children) are the named beneficiary, then the money cannot be paid to anyone else. If his mother was named as the beneficiary, you have no claim to the money.



SGLI is not required to notify anyone other than an irrevocable beneficiary of any attempted changes to the policy.



You can contact the SGLI death claims office directly at 1-877-832-4943



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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 10:39 pm   Post subject: insurance fraud  

i was told that my husband left me his military insurance but his parents told them i was died or that i could not be found the took his insurance money from me could they do this Crying or Very sad


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 11:50 pm   Post subject:   

If this has happened, then you may have the right to sue SGLI for wrongful payment. If not SGLI, then you can sue the parents who misled SGLI as to your whereabouts.



Please send me an email (click on the "Send Me Your Questions" link below) so I can explore this situation with you confidentially. I believe I can help you.



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PostPosted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 8:09 pm   Post subject: help  

my father was retired army, 100% service connected disabled too, he died in 2010 and when I contacted sgli, he had not opted in at time of retirement I believe. He was very mentally handicapped and this surprised my whole family as he loved his kids very much and served his country proudly to support us. We don't believe it was his intention to opt out of any benefits and that his disabilities greatly reduced his capacity to understand what was happening at the time of his discharge/retirement. He left his kids everything in his will also.



any advice is much appreciated.



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PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 6:56 am   Post subject:   

Usually, the compensation and insurance provided to military veterans are organized by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA). Anyway, from the beginning of 2007, many US veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars have faced tremendous difficulties in receiving the retirement benefits. I can very well remember that I read an article long before where there was mentioned that someone had waited for 17 long months before he started receiving his checks.



Anyway, today, it is very hard to file claims and get them approved. I just wanted to know if he was mentally retarded at the time of retirement/discharge, then who was there beside him to understand the retirement/disability benefits he was entitled to? Nobody?



In that case, now getting a claim approved would be near to impossible moreover as of the fact that he is no more today.



Let us see what the experts have to say on thisÂ…


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 5:37 pm   Post subject: Help  

Sorry, I don't read wing-dings : )

I took the liberty of translating your post though.



To answer your question, he suffered from fibromyalgia, and bipolar disorder. In the last years of his career he was hospitalized for both on several occasions and was taking anti-psychotic meds for his bipolar along with whatever pain treatment he was receiving for his fibromyalgia.

He was a very sick man, mentally and physically. He was hospitalized several times after retirement at the va mental ward also.


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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2013 11:42 am   Post subject:   

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He was a very sick man, mentally and physically. He was hospitalized several times after retirement at the va mental ward also.
This, unfortunately does not change the situation. He did not choose to convert his SGLI to VGLI, he did not pay premiums, and no one will receive an insurance dollar.



Where was his loving and concerned family when he was discharged? They are all lined up following his death.



And MangoQurious . . . your post is almost 100% off target. This has nothing to do with retirement benefits, so why bring up that topic?


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