Estate Recovery

After his father passed away, James visited the bank where his father had an account under both his and James’ name and closed the account, transferring the money to his own account. The account had approximately $85,000 in at when it was closed. Several months later, James received a letter from the Attorney General’s Office requesting information regarding accounts in his father’s name at the time of his death. James contacted the number on the letter and explained that his father had an account but that the money was now his. He was told that the money had to be given to the State of Ohio or that the county prosecutor would become involved. James then contacted our office.

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