If I get divorced or break up with my partner, how might this affect my life insurance policy?

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It would not directly affect any policies that are already in effect unless you take specific action to change them.

However, this might be a good time to review all of your life insurance needs such as:

1) Should you change beneficiaries on your existing policies?

2) Do you still need any life insurance?

3) Should you obtain additional insurance?

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