Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by cplradar, Oct 21, 2021.
that aint saying much FWIW. I passed the SATs a while ago.
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Maybe they changed the wiki article since the last time you looked, but I just checked and it does not say the box contents become the property of the bank in the case of bankruptcy. It does say that if you abandon the box [that is, don't pay your rent] they can seize the property. And of course the contents can be seized under court order - after all, a court can order the seizure of your car, your house, even your kids.
Please translate to English.
@Treashunt, I believe he meant: protect yourself rather than “protect useful.”
That was good. The Church Lady was one of my favorites.
Yeh, one of the dumbest things to do is store your will in a safe deposit box. Safe deposit box gets frozen when you pass, pending probate, but can't probate without the will.
It is a blank piece of paper.
The one-liners I could form from that Post.....
OK, I can't resist:
What did the large box do with the money you paid?
Were the removed boxes children of the large box?
What was the mid-size box doing with the money you paid?
Is it fair for the mid-size box to undercut the large box?
Is it ever fortunate when you reduce your box size?
Does it usually take a few years to reduce the size of a box?
Do you use scissors?
The boxes do get frozen, but you can get to them before that happens. As long as you're the joint owner, you get to the box before notification goes out that the original owner has passed. I did that when my dad passed, and then again when my aunt died. You just have to be prepared.
And I imagine it's easier to do when you have a better idea that your relative is near death. But! You have to have joint ownership of the box. Thing do get complicated if you have no relatives you can trust. Then I'd talk to the lawyer who did my estate papers.
If you fail to title the box jointly with another person, or otherwise authorize their access, the heirs can still get in the box, along with a bank employee, for the purpose of removing the will.
I guess I had that one coming lol. Always re read your post before submitting lol
I don't know, ask the government
could be, I couldn't be bothered to try to translate it
At the time of Crusades, but in the Western world, crime is considered to be an act against the state so when you go to court, it is the People of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts versus Joe Criminal, etc etc etc.
do everything possible is an open ended invitation for vigilantism and a complete breakdown of societal norms. And then it still fails to protect you. We tried that over centuries and it fails.
Without getting into religion, this is a moral and instructional learning from as early as the bible... see Sodom and Gemora and the story of Lot.
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