Can I get USAA home and car insurance based on my veteran son-in-law living in my home who has USAA insurance?
UPDATED: Aug 9, 2016
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Asked August 9, 2016
Currently, while membership to USAA is extended to family, the website lists two different classes of people that fall under this definition of family. There are those who were previously spouses of USAA members that had property or auto insurance while they had been married. This can be un-remarried divorced spouses and those that have lost their military spouses. It also will cover people that had parents who were former military, and had or currently have property and auto insurance through USAA. It's important to note the distinction that your spouse or parent also had to have a USAA policy to make you eligible under this umbrella of family policies. So, unless you or your spouse are former military that received an honorable discharge or your parents had a policy through USAA, you're unable to purchase a home and car insurance policy through USAA based on your veteran son-in-law living in your home.
Answered August 11, 2016 by Whitt