Civil Practice – Contempt – Domestic Relations – Consent Order – Life Insurance PremiumsBeck v. Beck The trial court found that, because plaintiff failed to pass along a letter from his insurance company, defendant was unable to negotiate his life insurance premiums, and they rose sixfold. The trial court’s findings support a conclusion that defendant did not willfully disobey the parties’ consent order when he failed to maintain one of the insurance policies required by the consent order.
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Published: February 13, 2013
Time posted: 12:41 pm
Tags: insurance policies