I claimed a fund of the late Filipina deposited money in TD bank but she died without statement of beneficiary and next of kin. I wenth through a process of claim of fund. But in the long run i was asked by the bank to make payments for change of ownership and delivery charges of fund transfer. Is... Read more »
It sounds as though the moving broker acted negligently towards you. If you have never authorized them to release your credit/debit card information to this 3rd party, this may be a case of fraudulent use of credit card or another offense. It is best to consult an attorney who can assess the merits...Read more »
If you and your spouse do not agree, the court will have to decide how long. There is a statutory presumption that says maintenance for a 13-year marriage should last 6 1/2 years. however, this is not binding on the court. The judge will have to decide based on all the facts involved.
It sounds like the ALF wants the financial information either to confirm that he is able to pay privately or to determine whether he will be eligible for Medicaid. Either way, you should schedule a consultation with an elder law attorney in your area to discuss Medicaid planning. The folks at the...Read more »
Owners of bank accounts can designate beneficiaries by adding a "payable-on-death" (POD) designation. At the death of the account holder the POD beneficiary can claim the money directly from the bank without probate court proceedings. Similarly, owners of investment accounts can designate...Read more »
I am guessing that by "administrator" you really mean executor or personal representative appointed by the court. You should hire an attorney to help you petition the court to recover the funds and also remove the executor/personal representative due to malfeasance.
My account had funds at the time of the withdrawal and other transactions from same atm posted the from the same day, before, and after this transaction. They are using my current balance to cover a transaction from october
If you withdrew the money from the ATM in October and realized the bank never deducted it, you should have told the bank right away. Your ignoring the windfall and hoping the bank won’t notice is not smart because-as you just found out-the bank’s auditors will find out sooner or later.
No there is not, many banks are online only or allow you to bank from a distance, a couple that come to mind right off the to top of my head are BBVA and Capital One, I am sure there are an abundance of others, the only reason anyone would request an in-person visit would be if some specific...Read more »
You really need to consider reaching out to a criminal defense lawyer, as there will likely be criminal charges coming down the pipeline. Depending on the circumstances, you may be able to avoid jail time and having this go on you record. Feel free to reach out to any lawyer on here by clicking the...Read more »
The short order is yes. The Good News here is that you no longer owe Wells Fargo the $500 you used to owe them. The bad news is that you now owe your mechanic the same $500 you once owed Wells Fargo. In other words, you are now even.
(NOTE: FYI, all American banks who have customers or...Read more »
We planned to file joint taxes but a federal student loan she owes from 29 years ago is coming up. We just opened a joint checking 12/20/19. Can our joint account be frozen and money removed for her 29-year-old debit? And will our tax refund be applied to her debit if we file joint? We are in... Read more »
Let me just say this: If your wife still has an old student loan debt--from 29 years ago--the first thing she should do is thank the Good Lord for the government giving her the 29 years of low interest loans. The second thing she should do is stop trying to avoid paying the debt. Why? Because--if...Read more »
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