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Aunts money all in joint account before death. All bills

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Aunt's money all in joint account before death. All bills paid, taxes paid, money split per her will.
As Full power of Attorney in will, she only has a mobile home on property left to be split jointly between sons.
This I understand goes to probate although it's just the property left to change.
Do you have to give a final detailed financial accounting when everything is in a joint acct? Nevada
Nye County
Welcome! Thank you for your question.

You do not have to account for any of the accounts that were joint accounts. The only property that must be accounted for in the probate process is the solely owned property of the mobile home.

You do not even list any of the joint accounts on the probate documents.

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