Can you take a life insurance policy out on a grandparent?
Again, the answer is yes if they're able to show an insurable interest. Grandparents who are their grandchildren's primary caregivers, for example, will easily qualify. As a grandparent, you also generally need parental permission before buying a life insurance policy for grandchildren.
Can I get insurance for my grandmother?
Yes, you can insure your grandparents if they consent to the policy and sign the application. Coverage from $2,000-$50,000 requires no explanation regarding why you want the insurance. However, if you want more than $50,000, you may need to demonstrate how their death would cause a financial hardship on you.
Can I get life insurance on my mother without her knowing?
When you're getting life insurance, the person whose life will be insured is required to sign the application and give consent. Forging a signature on an application form is punishable under the law. So the answer is no, you can't get life insurance on someone without telling them, they must consent to it.
Can anyone get a life insurance policy on someone else?
Can you buy life insurance for anyone? You can only buy life insurance on someone that consents and in whom you have an insurable interest. You'll need them to sign off on the policy and prove that their death could have a financial impact on you.