WarriorSpouse wrote:I am sorry to read this. You are young, but as previously stated you are mature in your approach and acceptance.
I would not sell your life insurance policy. If you do, it is at a discount and you are missing out on why you have it, to cover liabilities if you pass. Definitely make sure your beneficiary is correct and that person knows your wishes to pay off the house or other bills.
I think you need to get a will and discuss this process with an attorney in your County / State. An estate attorney can give you advice about how you can separate medical bills from your new spouse and how you can preserve wealth in your house, maybe by placing it in a trust.
If you stop working FT, you could look into Social Security Disability, but you will have income limits in order to collect. Not certain if you are American or not, but use the Google tool bar to see if this can help with your situation.
Don't forget, if your mortgage is based on your soon to be wife's income too, make sure she has life insurance too.
susie0915 wrote:I am so sorry. You are so young, but are so mature in your response to your diagnosis. Is there a social worker at your cancer center that may be able to help you with these concerns? I hate that you are worried about this when you could be focused on you and treatments that may be available. Have you gotten any other opinions about treatment options that may help you? Again,I am so sorry you have to deal with this at such a young age.
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