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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing How Form 8815 Cashing

Instructions and Help about How Form 8815 Cashing

Hi, my name is Byron Adele. I'm the founder and CEO of a Q Quote company. Today, the question is how to cash in my Prudential Life Insurance. The simple answer is to contact the company and let them know you want to surrender the policy. If the policy has a cash value, you will be given a form that can be faxed or emailed to you. Fill out the simple form and if you are the owner of the policy (which is the only person that has the right to do anything with the policy while you're still alive), all you need to do is fill out that form and send it to them. It's called a surrender form. They will send you the cash value of the policy, if any. Typically, term policies have no cash value, while whole life and universal life policies often do have cash value. That's how you would cash them in. If the question was more about how to make a claim, specifically a death claim or cashing in a life insurance policy after the death of the insured, that's the ordinary claims process. It is the culmination of what life insurance is all about. You would simply submit a death claim form. To do that, you would need a death certificate and some sort of proof that you are the beneficiary listed. The company will know who the beneficiary of record is, but you just need to prove that you are that person. Typically, either way, the process is very quick. It only takes a few days for a death claim to be processed. If the policy is new, it may take a little longer to pay, just so the carrier has time to investigate for any potential fraud in the inducement...