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Can 3rd Party File A Dispute On Deceased Account?

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Can a third party file a dispute on a deceased account? The person filing a dispute on his deceased mother's account claiming spouses of other family member used card and pin to withdraw funds. The POA submitted was null at Death and was written for DNR.
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The executor/administrator overseeing the estate would have rights to do this. Other persons would lack the authority in my opinion and you would likely get intimate into the details of the account, what happened, when and why so the person with the ability to handle all that is a must. You can't share your statements with all the family members who want to accuse another of taking part of their inheritance. But the ability to make a claim doesn't end because the consumer passed.

First published on 01/12/2015

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