Can I put my policy in Trust?
Yes, our Decreasing Life Insurance policy can be placed in trust. Putting your plan in trust can help protect your beneficiaries from inheritance tax and ensures the money gets to the right people quickly.
Use our Online Trust Hub to help you choose the right type of Trust for you. You can even enter your details online so the Trust form is ready to be printed and sent back to us.
Can I make any changes to my policy?
We recognise that sometimes your protection needs change so you can request any of the following changes to the policy:
- extend or reduce the period of cover
- increase or decrease the amount of cover
- remove a life from a joint policy
- change the frequency of your premium between annually and monthly
We also offer 'Joint life policy separation'. This allows a joint policy to be split into two new single policies if a couple divorce, dissolve their registered civil partnership or change a joint mortgage into one name or take out a new mortgage in one name. Request must be made within 6 months of the event being finalised.
These changes could affect the premiums that you pay and we would have to assess any change based on your circumstances at the time.
Terms and conditions apply. Please read the Policy Booklet PDF for full details.
Can I cancel my policy if I no longer need it?
After applying for cover you will receive a 30 day cancellation notice which you must send back if you decide not to continue with the policy.
If you cancel within 30 days we will return any premiums paid. If you cancel after 30 days you won't get anything back.
Please remember that life cover policies are not savings or investment products and have no cash value unless a valid claim is made.