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So sorry, no. Insurance companies are very picky as to what disabilities they will accept, even if you're young.
The time has passed for getting insurance for this person.
I agree, put the money to a better use for end of life expenses (which can be very high, depending on what you want).
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Insurance companies are in the business of making money. Premiums of all older people are very high for a small policy and have to be paid for at least two years prior to death. If your loved one is on hospice it sounds like the time to purchase insurance has passed. Sorry. Guestshopadmin had very good advice saving the money to pay final costs.
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I would venture to say no, or only in a very limited amount, as benefits are usually limited for the first 1-2 years. And hospice typically kicks in with life expectancy of less than a year. You'd be better served saving the amount to be spent for premiums on a pre-need burial or cremation plan.
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