My question involves insurance law for the state of: Kansas/Michigan.
My husband's father passed away recently. He was living in Kansas for over the past ten years. He and his sister reside in michigan and have their whole lives. His death was sudden and unexpected. They went to Kansas to see him and had to take him off of life support. My sister in law had power of attorney. Their father told them several months ago that they had been named the beneficiaries on his life insurance due to the fact that his wife had been estranged for a year and was living with another man in Iowa. In his desk they found paperwork with his signature stating what he wanted, but he never followed through to make the change legal. On the power of attorney paperwork he states that he disinherited his wife. Is she still entitled to the life insurance, or can they fight it since she had been living with another man for over a year?