Can the Executor of my Will go into my bank account and remove funds with out my permission. Am fully functional in both mind and body.
1 Answer from Attorneys
The executor has no authority to do anything until after you have died. A bank should not be allowing anyone except you to do anything with your bank account. If your bank account has been accessed by anyone without your permission, you must immediately contact the bank and if the bank does not immediately correct the situation, get a local lawyer to deal with the bank on your behalf.
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