High-net-worth clients getting married might consider a life insurance policy along with their prenuptial agreements. No, this isn’t the set up for a 1950s’ film noir. Death benefit proceeds can provide future money to a spouse who gets alimony due to a divorce, says Benjamin C. Sullivan, a financial planner with Palisades Hudson Financial Group in Scarsdale, N.Y. A life insurance policy also can make a break-up more palatable for clients who have children from a first marriage. ...
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