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Garnishment in Florida: Serving Writs of Garnishment on Third Party Bank Accounts

In a previous article, we provided an overview of the basic procedures judgment creditors must follow when serving writs of garnishment on banks and the obligations of financial institutions that are served with writs. We...more

Who Do You Trust?— New Ruling Highlights the Need for Care in Deciding How to Open Your Joint Bank Account

Florida law recognizes, and most banks offer, multiple forms of account designation to meet the desires and needs of individual customers. Keep in mind, however, that the standard demand deposit account agreement (whether...more

File bankruptcy having a joint bank account with my mother?

What happens to that joint bank account with your elder relative if you have to file bankruptcy? Let's take a look....more

Be Aware of the Dangers of Joint Accounts

Many people believe that joint accounts are a good way to avoid probate and transfer money to loved ones. But while joint accounts can be useful in certain circumstances, they can have dire consequences if not used properly....more

Litigating Accounts With Rights of Survivorship in Texas

In this article: - I. Introduction - II. Valid Survivorship Accounts - III. Joint Accounts Between Spouses - IV. Burden Of Proving Enforcable Survivorship Accounts - V. Proving Contents Of...more

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