North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 52. Powers and Liabilities of Married Persons § 52-3. Married person may insure spouse's life
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Any married person in his or her own name, or in the name of a trustee with his assent, may cause to be insured for any definite time the life of his or her spouse, for his or her sole and separate use, and may dispose of the interest in the same by will.
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