Relieve your financial burdens with Prudential's spouse insurance coverage
Sustain your policy and add-on coverages if the unfortunate happens to your partner. With Spouse Waiver, it lets you continue life without worrying about all future premiums, if your spouse unfortunately passes away, become Total and Permanently Disabled (TPD) before age 60 or diagnosed with critical illness.
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What is a Spouse Waiver?
Spouse Waiver is a spousal insurance rider from Prudential Malaysia that ensures your insurance plan continues even if your spouse faces unexpected health difficulties. It covers all future premiums if your spouse passes away, becomes Total and Permanently Disabled (TPD) before age 60, or is diagnosed with a critical illness.
How does Prudential’s Spouse Waiver work?
If your spouse unfortunately passes away, becomes Total and Permanently Disabled (TPD) before age 60, or is diagnosed with a critical illness, Spouse Waiver covers all future premiums of your plan. This means you will remain protected from your spouse’s insurance coverage.
What is not covered by Spouse Waiver?
The Spouse Waiver plan may not provide coverage if your spouse becomes Total and Permanently Disabled (TPD) or is diagnosed with a critical illness after the age of 60 or if the cause of death, disability, or disease is due to circumstances that are typically excluded in insurance policies.
Can I add the Spouse Waiver to my existing insurance plan?
What happens to my Spouse Waiver coverage if my spouse recovers from their illness?
Should your spouse recover from a critical illness, the continuation or cessation of the Spouse Waiver coverage, or the possibility of a waiting period before the coverage resumes, may vary. Because each situation is unique, it is a case-by-case basis according to Prudential's policy guidelines.
Are there any age restrictions for Spouse Waiver?
Yes, Spouse Waiver covers your spouse until they reach the age of 60. If your spouse becomes Total and Permanently Disabled (TPD) or is diagnosed with a critical illness before this age, the rider will cover your premiums.
What is the process for adding Spouse Waiver to my existing plan?
Adding a rider to an existing insurance policy involves contacting Prudential to discuss your desired changes and potentially undergoing additional underwriting. Contact us or visit our branch or speak to your Wealth Planner for more information.
Can I add Spouse Waiver if my spouse already has a critical illness?
Adding the Spouse Waiver rider to your policy when your spouse already has a pre-existing critical illness may be subject to Prudential's underwriting guidelines.
What is the cost of adding Spouse Waiver to my plan?
The cost of adding Spouse Waiver to your plan can vary based on several factors. This includes the base policy to which it is being added, your health and general lifestyle. Contact us or visit our branch or speak to your Wealth Planner for a specific quote.
What is the claim process for Spouse Waiver?
To file a claim for a Spouse Waiver, you will need to notify us, fill out the required claim forms, and submit any necessary supporting documents. For more information on how to make an insurance claim, please click here.
What happens to my coverage if my spouse reaches the age of 60?
When your spouse reaches the age of 60, the specifics of your Spouse Waiver coverage may change. After this point, the plan may not cover the premiums if your spouse becomes Total and Permanently Disabled (TPD) or is diagnosed with a critical illness.