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Life Insurance Considerations for Single Parents

If you are a single parent, then you might have been concerned about finding the right life insurance to help your children if anything happened to you. To help ease this worry, we’ve put together a quick guideline for things that you should consider when looking for a life insurance policy.


You will need to consider a life insurance policy to help the guardians of your children if you cannot take care of them. If you have named a trusted person as guardian in your will to raise your children if something happens to you then you know that they will appreciate your life insurance policy. As you know, it is very expensive to raise a child over the years. So if you have already named someone as their guardian then you are ready to get a life insurance policy for yourself.

Debt and Final Expenses

What many people do not know about a life insurance policy is that it can also help take care of some debts. These debts could include anything from student loans, home mortgage, to car payments. However, life insurance traditionally considered for covering final expenses. It’s not something a lot of people like to think about, but making arrangements to cover the cost of funerals and any outstanding debts will make sure that your family won’t have any financial burdens to deal with.

Amount of Coverage

A question that most people ask about life insurance is how much coverage they will need. The best way to find an answer to this question is to get in touch with an insurance agent. There are many factors that influence what kind of coverage you will need, and you’ll want to make sure that you get the right policy for you and your budget.

Get in Touch with Wachter Insurance

Whether you need homeowners’ insurance or auto insurance, our team at Wachter Insurance Agency, Inc. is here to help. We offer our clients competitive rates, professional customer service, and a wide range of policies to choose from for your needs. We have been serving Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia since 1969 and we would love to help keep your home and family safe every day of the year. For more information, call us at (301) 371-6335 or visit us online. For more blogs like these, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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