When can a policyowner make a change in the policy’s coverage or other benefits if an irrevocable beneficiary has been named?

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When can a policyowner make a change in the policy’s coverage or other benefits if an irrevocable beneficiary has been named?

A. After obtaining a court order

B. After the irrevocable beneficiary dies

C. At any time

D. After obtaining the insurer’s consent

Answer: B.

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