A ninety-seven year old widowed customer was brought in by one of his sons to change the register on his account. Our customer's wife had passed and he
removed her and added the son as beneficiary to his now sole ownership account. Six months later the same son was granted Conservatorship over his
father and changed the register to "Estate of..."
Should we leave the beneficiary on an Estate of Conservatorship account?
Can a DBA account have a POD?
Can a POA add beneficiaries on an account?
Can a business trust list beneficiaries on the trust account? For example, another bank would like to set up a trust account with our bank and list their customers as the beneficiaries.
Can an account that is set up in a trust have a beneficiary listed on the account?
Can there be beneficiaries on a Safe Deposit Box?
If a person selected her Durable POA which currently is included on all accounts as a Beneficiary, would it be okay to accept the POA and allow that person to be listed as POA and Beneficiary?
If a wife has POA for her husband can she add herself as authorized signer and add herself as the pay-on-death beneficiary?
Is a beneficiary on an account also the beneficiary on a CTR? For example: checking account is a sole-ownder account in the name of Mary Smith, her son John is listed on the account as beneficiary. Mary makes a $15,000 cash deposit. On the CTR is John also to be listed as beneficiary? I know that all joint owners are, but can't find anything that pertains to this, because if Mary were to pass away the funds become John's (So he could ultimately benefit from the funds).
Could an account have a Successor POD Beneficiary? Is this granted by state law or statutes?