My father asked my brother to handle the estate affairs upon our parent's death (they passed last year). There is no will. My brother and I were left some stocks. I agreed to let my brother transfer the full amount to his name and cash out my half to me. What's bothering me is that I only have my brother's word regarding how many stocks existed, and he didn't offer to show me any proof of that amount. He has been straight (as far as I know) about everything else and I want to believe he is straight about dividing the stocks equally - but the only way I feel i can be sure without making him feel that I don't trust him is to call the firm that held the stocks and ask them for the amout my dad had before any stocks were transfered to my brother. Can I do that? Will they tell me?
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