My brother and I live in NC and our Mom died in WV. She had several cd's in her name, my name and my brothers name in a bank and my brother is accusing me of hiding them. She had cashed them in before she died. He does not beleive me. He told me about 2 months ago he was going to take me to court when his attorney in WV finds the cd's.
Attorneys don't just "find CDs". Just as you don't have the ability to find my accounts, I don't have the ability to find yours. He can certainly sue and make claims, but that is probably it. If concerned, you should find a probate attorney in WV for help.
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If an estate was set up and the cd's were cashed the bank where they were cashed will have record of it.
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