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We were notified of stock in my Step Father's name. He died 6 years ago. He was married to my Mother at the time and it is very likely she was the beneficiary. As Executor of my Mother's Estate, we went through the legal means(copies of DC's and Medallion Guarantee) to have ownership of the stock transferred to her Estate, which is still open. She died about a year ago. All went well and the stock was transferred to her Estate and a new account number given. When we went to sell the stock through the Broker who manages it for this company; without notifying me, they reversed the stock back to my Step Father claiming only the Executor of His estate can claim this. Was this legal. If the stock had already been legally transferred to my Mothers estate, can they just take it back?