Can a jointly owned checking account have an authorized signer(s)? An example being, an elderly lady in poor health has an individual account. She wants to add a daughter (who lives out of state) as a joint owner. She also wants to have a son and another daughter (both live closer) added as authorized signers. Is this allowed and does it matter we are in Missouri?
I have a question about a writ of execution. Our bank is in the state of Pennsylvania. If we receive a writ of execution on an individual and they have a joint account may we put a hold on that account if the other person is not listed on the writ of execution?
If there is more than one grantor/trustee, as in a joint trust, upon the death of the grantor whose SSN was used, can the SSN of the surviving grantor then be used?
Can either owner of a joint checking account add a third person on their own authority alone?
I cannot find the answer to this question anywhere - Joint standard DDA, safe deposit box or SAV account; when the bank has knowledge that one of the account holders has died, are we in violation if we do not change the title/ownership on the account? Widow would like to leave her husband on the account (he is primary)?
When dealing strictly with spousal accounts, is there any difference between Joint as tenants by the entirety or joint with survivorship?
Can a joint account have a POD?
Joint tenancy - deposit account: What are the requirements for a valid joint tenancy? Can a baby be a joint tenant with his parents?
I need to know what law pertains to placing a US citizen first as an account holder for 1099 purposes when they have a jointly held account with a non-resident alien who does not have a tax identification number? Can someone point me in the direction of any law that states this?
We have a husband and wife who want to open a checking account. They would like to make it payable on death to a revocable trust in their names. Is this possible?