My stepfather and mother were joint tenants who created a Living will with rights of survivorship. The will was a "pour over will", that allowed my stepfather to take possession of all assets. Recently, we learned that he also took possession of my mother's bank account, which was not held jointly. Is he entitled to the money held in her account as well?
Your question isn't totally clear to me, but if an asset is not a "joint asset" it will generally funnel through a pour over will and go into the Trust. The Trust dictates how assets are disbursed. Without seeing the documents, it is hard to say. I would say to have it all reviewed by an attorney to determine if your dad is entitled to it. Depending on the amount of the account, it may require a Probate Proceeding in order to get into the Trust.
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