Re: Breach of Fiduciary Duty Before Death and Taking 401k Benefit from Parent After D
what a terrible thing to name a child. That is as bad as the joke about the child named Urine (pronounced your-een-ee)
=PJDJ;503153] Oldest sister was named Executrix.
. was father still alive? How do you know your father wasn't aware of the transaction and agreed with it?
I discovered through obtaining the title transfer paperwork that oldest sister as POA gifted father's vehicle to other sibling and other sibling traded it in for a new vehicle for herself
your father would have had to change the bene before his death. You were sent notification of a change presumably because you had been listed as a bene at one point. They would not send you notice of your mothers actions because honestly, it would be none of your business.
. Could my mother have signed the beneficiary change form after my father's death?
what check was written to your sister that should have been written to your mother?
Where and whom do I go to regarding my sister's breach of fiduciary duty and how do I report the financial institution for writing a check to my oldest sister and not my mother?
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.