I work with a lot of attorneys. In my experience, it seems that lawyers are a favorite target client for life insurance sales forces. From what I’ve seen it’s not uncommon for an attorney to have a hodgepodge collection of life insurance policies. So, a very common question is “What should I do with all of these policies?”

To answer this question, let’s take a step back and start with a high-level overview of the types of life insurance policies you may have, and then I’ll provide a framework for how to decide what to do with these policies.

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