FEGLI Designation of Beneficiary

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Anyone know if it is possible to use a notary public instead of “witnesses” when designating beneficiaries for life insurance? I dislike using witnesses because both they and I move around requiring updating which would be unnecessary if a designation of beneficiary form could be notarized. Thanks.

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Asked on December 20, 2018 8:11 pm
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No, you must use two witnesses and neither can be the beneficiary. Your reason for wanting a notary does not make sense as you do not need to change your form unless the beneficiary you have elected has pre-deceased you or you wish to change your election. Your form does not need to be changed if your witness moves, they are just witnessing your signature.
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Answered on December 20, 2018 11:22 pm