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the deceased had an investment account that was payable on death (POD) to my husband, the executor. However, in the Will, the deceased named this account to be used to manage the execution of the estate and pay expenses and bills, then distribute the residual to the three heirs (my husband not being one of those three). We are of the understanding that a POD trumps the will, and the Will can not require the recipient of POD funds to use the funds for this. Will a court in Ramsey count uphold the rights of the recipient of the POD funds, or require the language in the Will be followed, or is this a grey area?