can i get a homeowners policy without my husbands signature
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Insurance Question from Hampton, VA
Asked on 11/09/2011
can i get a homeowners policy without my husbands signature NULL
Answer given on November 14, 2011
If you spouses name is on the deed of the home, than the insurance company will require his signature. If can be argued that if his name is not on the deed, than he does not have to sign for the insurance. However, he would still be covered under your homeowner’s policy since he is a spouse living at the home. In some states, the law would give him interest in the home whether his name is on the deed or not. In those states, an insurance company may require his signature.
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