Irrevocable beneficiary must consent before being removed from life insurance policy
Pilon v. Beute, et al 2018 ONSC 2806
On April 1, 2001, Mr. Foster started a job with McGonegal Construction as a bricklayer. As part of his employment, Mr. Foster was entitled to participate in a group insurance plan that was issued by the Great West Life Assurance Company.
Mr. Foster named Tracey Pilon, his common- law partner, as his irrevocable beneficiary. The insurance form stated that Mr. Foster was not allowed to make changes to the...Read More