Allison Baden-Clay
Allison Baden-Clay Contributed

Allison's children will finally get $800,000 payments

LIFE insurance policies paid out after the murder of Allison Baden-Clay will be given to her family.

A court previously ruled that Gerard Baden-Clay was not entitled to any of his wife's estate because of his murder conviction.

Baden-Clay was a beneficiary in her will.

The Federal Court this morning ruled that Ms Baden-Clay's two life insurance policies, worth more than $800,000, will be paid into her estate.

Baden-Clay did not object to the application for consent orders by Ms Baden-Clay's father Geoff Dickie.

A memorial for Allison Baden-Clay at the site where her body was found at Kholo Creek.
A memorial for Allison Baden-Clay at the site where her body was found at Kholo Creek. David Nielsen

Mr Dickie is the executor of Ms Baden-Clay's estate.

Mr Dickie and his wife Priscilla are caring for their daughters three children.

Baden-Clay is serving life in prison  for the murder of Ms Baden-Clay in 2012. 

- ARM NEWSDESK

News Corp Australia


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