I'm Swiss, living and working in Mexico. I need urgently a USD account for my business (not company but registered as physical person with economical activity in Mexico). Is it possible to hire an attorney (or someone else) to open up a bank account in my name in the USA?
What you are asking for is fraught with suspicion--and possible danger--both for you and for any lawyer willing to try to help you. There are legitimate ways for foreigners to hire lawyers in the United States; I have several international clients. And there are also ways that the lawyer you hire...Read more »
Hello, In 2005 I left the US and a safe deposit box with 85,000 dollars in cash (old 50 and 100 dollar bills) at a bank. That particular branch closed on 2018 and the bank drilled my box. The bank has asked me to notarize at a US embassy a written petition to deposit the funds into my checking... Read more »
Any banking lawyer--in any state--who is also an Enrolled Agent at the IRS can contact the IRS on behalf of a client anonymously and inquire about this very unusual situation. Try contacting some banking lawyers here on Justia and ask them if they are an Enrolled Agent; request anonymity and then...Read more »
I am inquiring if your office can accommodate our request.
Our company is currently finalizing some requirements with a Canadian Bank and they are asking if a Lawyer can witness and sign in their behalf since they are not here to personally accept the documents.
If you suspect this woman is unduly influencing your father and/or is taking advantage of him financially, you should immediately contact Adult Protective Services. More information here: https://www.cityofmontclair.org/city-government/police-department/victim-information/elder-abuse
You need a very experienced former banking operations officer who is also an experienced international banking lawyer. They do not have to be a California lawyer because international bank law is the same everywhere. Search here on Justia using the Find A Lawyer tab at the top of any page.
I wait to turn in the paperwork for the estate of my aunt. I have a joint account with her. BOA is new requesting a bank statement to verify the address. When I asked them why couldn't they just print a statement they said i had to bring one it to prove it. I have every thing else from the death... Read more »
The POA you have is no good because POAs cease to have any affect when the person who gave it dies. It looks like the bank is just trying to make sure that you are who you say you are. If you are an account owner yourself you should not need anything to withdraw the funds. Go down to a branch of...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 »
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 »
Talk to a stock broker, preferably in person. There is no shortage of them in your area. Assuming the certificates are valid, you probably want to open up a brokerage account and deposit those shares into that account. Then you can easily sell them, option them, collect dividends, exercise...Read more »
A year ago I applied for a Loan at Discover Bank and Agent stated if pay on time, and after a year I can lower APR, and supposedly no hidden fees. I made a payment and it didn't process correctly and they return the funds also the second time I made other small payments and it only went towards the... Read more »
In my professional opinion none of the facts stated by you could be the basis for any lawsuit based upon negligence. So I am afraid to tell you that the only way to get away from this bank is to repay the loan in full. (
HINT: As a former commercial bank operations officer I suggest that...Read more »
to chack Nova Port Bank 1430 Truxtun Avenue 5th Floor they pushing me to pay more than 8800 $ for some AAC code to unblock my loan from Donald Shaw Loan Firm and is impossible to deducted it from my loan but I am afraid that it is a scam
Frankly, I would be surprised to find an attorney who is interested in transactional work, who works on an hourly fee basis, who would not jump at the chance to take work on a contract by contract basis.
I live in California, my father lived and died in New Jersey. My father had certificates of deposit he left in trust to both my brother an me. My brother is also the executor of my fathers estate and lives in New Jersey. The bank is refusing to release the funds to me or my brother unless I... Read more »
I used a credit card that is no longer active to make a purchase. Some time later I needed to return the item and contacted Amazon to see if I could have my refund routed to another car. They proposed to send the money (1.300.00) to a gift card.
I asked for them to guarantee it would not be... Read more »
Small Claims is a good option for a $1,300 claim. Or you could contact the credit card company to find out what it can do about the money that was refunded to your card that is "not active". Unclear what that means, by the way. Is it a card you don't use, or a card that you formally closed the...Read more »
I called my place of employment where I would have gotten my pension check from. I called Merryl Lynch also, the distributor of check and they had no record. This would have been in 1987. Please assist. I only know they said it was a check from Bank of America. Thank you.
Knowing banks and bankers as well as I do, I am sure there is a copy of this check somewhere--or perhaps the original cancelled check is buried beneath 100 tons of stuff kept in storage by the bankers--who keep everything forever.
So, yes, there might be a way to find a copy; however, the...Read more »
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