Secure Your Legacy.

Diberli focuses on ensuring that life insurance policies are claimed and beneficiaries receive the benefits they are entitled to. Implementing an emergency contact list system, where designated contacts can trigger a claim in case of the policyholder's death, could significantly improve the chances of policy benefits being claimed promptly.

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Policy Protection

Protecting Your Family's Future

At Diberli, we understand the importance of securing your family's financial well-being. That's why we've developed a comprehensive life insurance policy protection service designed to safeguard your loved ones and ensure that your insurance benefits are claimed promptly when needed.


Emergency Contact Management

Policyholders can designate multiple emergency contacts and specify their roles and relationships. Implement a mechanism through which designated contacts can trigger a claim in the event of the policyholder's death. This involves a secure login process and verification steps to prevent unauthorized claims.

Real-Time Notifications

Designated contacts receive instant notifications when a claim is triggered, along with guidance on next steps and required documentation.

Policyholder Education

The service offers educational materials and tutorials to help policyholders understand the importance of maintaining an updated emergency contact list and how the claim triggering process functions.

Data Privacy and Security

Stringent measures are in place to ensure compliance with data protection regulations and to safeguard policyholder information and sensitive data.

Will and Testament

Peace of Mind

Having a will in place provides peace of mind knowing that one's wishes regarding asset distribution, guardianship, and other important matters will be followed after their death. It offers reassurance that loved ones will be taken care of according to their preferences.


Asset Distribution

A will allows individuals to specify how their assets and property should be distributed after their death. This includes financial assets, real estate, personal belongings, and investments. Without a will, the distribution of assets may be determined by state intestacy laws, which may not align with the deceased person's wishes.


For parents with minor children, a will enables them to designate a guardian to care for their children in the event of their death. This ensures that the individual or individuals chosen by the parents will be responsible for the upbringing and welfare of their children.

Executor Appointment

A will allows individuals to appoint an executor or personal representative to manage their estate and carry out their wishes as outlined in the will. The executor is responsible for tasks such as gathering assets, paying debts and taxes, and distributing property to beneficiaries.

Minimizing Family Disputes

Clear instructions provided in a will can help minimize conflicts and disputes among family members regarding the distribution of assets. By clearly outlining their wishes, individuals can reduce the likelihood of disagreements and legal battles among heirs.

We're committed to helping you protect what matters most. Join us today and experience the peace of mind that comes with knowing your loved ones are safeguarded, no matter what the future holds.

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