Good morning. It is some sort of trust, not just a bank account.
I do not know if this is a probate situation.
The name on the account ( I figure) should be John Henry Mcleod
Ely, All I know is that the benficiary would be XXXXXX. The money is from a trust account created by his mother, don't have her name. The bank it is supposed to settle in is BB&T.
Any help you can give will be deeply appreciated. This is my boyfriend and I am sadly beginning to develop trust issues in that I just cant believe it could take this long..Thx,Ann
He is saying that the IRS has a hold on releasing it due to the amount that is to be taxed. He is saying that the IRS release department has not finished processing the paperwork to release the funds, but this has been going on the close to 3 weeks and he supposedly has an attorney working on it.
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