Bean v. Alcorta
The court found that the primary beneficiary's conviction for murder of the insured triggered Texas's forfeiture rule as a matter of law, so the life insurance proceeds belonged to the decedent's two children.
life insurance policy, interpleader action, primary beneficiary, contingent beneficiaries, summary judgment, extension of time, good cause, ERISA, forfeiture
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