I'm currently not involved in aviation much -other than RC and dreaming/scheming, etc. A primary reason for this is a family concern. My company-provided life insurance have specific clauses regarding not paying out if you are the pilot in command. That used to only be the case if it was something like an ultralight (or FAA-unrecognized aircraft). Therefore, wife is not too keen about me flying, and to be honest, neither am I, even though I know how and when I would fly, something could happen and that would be a financial ruin to the family. So, what are options out there for buying life insurance this covers this activity? I would like to include ultralights, but even just PPL or Sport Pilot coverage would be ok. I'm guessing there is, but I haven't found it (quickly and immediately in my 5 minute search, wth), and I'm guessing it'll be expensive. But, I'm curious what you folks do this situation.