Daoud Offers Advice on Handling of Bank Accounts After Death

21 February 2018 Bankrate.com News
Special Counsel Jamil Daoud is quoted in a Bankrate.com article, “Called to account: Banking after death,” about what happens to deposit accounts and the money they hold when people die.

Daoud said survivors who may believe they can access a deceased relative’s account often find they cannot due to its ownership structure. “While the person is still alive you should confirm how the accounts are owned, because very often people are wrong in thinking they have access,” he said.

Related Services

Insights

When Birds Finally Find a Nest
17 September 2019
Dashboard Insights
DHS Moves Closer to Launching its H-1B Cap Registration System
16 September 2019
Labor & Employment Law Perspectives
Be Aware of Potential Legal Restrictions When Implementing a Workplace Weapons Policy
16 September 2019
Labor & Employment Law Perspectives
EEO-1 Component 2 Filing Deadline is Just Days Away – But Employers May Be Off the Hook Next Year
16 September 2019
Labor & Employment Law Perspectives
MedTech Impact Expo & Conference
13-15 December 2019
Las Vegas, NV
Review of 2020 Medicare Changes for Telehealth
11 December 2019
Member Call
BRG Healthcare Leadership Conference
06 December 2019
Washington, D.C.
CTeL Telehealth Fall Summit 2019
04-06 December 2019
Washington, D.C.