Before they married, decedent and the appellee-husband signed an antenuptial agreement which designated as decedent’s separate property a life insurance policy that named appellants – decedent’s children from a previous marriage – as beneficiaries. When decedent subsequently designated her new husband, instead of her children, as beneficiary of the policy, she did not transfer ownership of the policy to her husband, so she did not modify or violate the antenuptial agreement. In any event, the antenuptial agreement permitted transfers, including gifts of separate property, between the spouses.
We affirm summary judgment for the husband.
State Farm Life Insurance Co. v. Rogers (Lawyers Weekly No. 003-043-22, 5 pp.) (Per Curiam) 21-2320. Appealed from USDC at Columbia, S.C. (Joseph Anderson, S.J.) Thomas Lydon for appellants; Spencer Andrew Syrett for appellee. 4th Cir. Unpub.