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There is nothing for a lawyer to fill out in a case like this.
You have Wills and that is all a lawyer is needed for.
Generally a bank will only require a Right of Survivorship form to be signed when the account holders are a parent and a child but you should ask your bank to see what their policies are. There is nothing to be drawn up though. If they require the form they will provide it for you.
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I don't know exactly what you mean but I don't work for the site. I am a practicing family lawyer. I just log in the way you do and I see a list of questions and choose which to answer.
I can ask customer service to contact you if you like.
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