Saratoga Divorce Lawyer Discusses If Your Spouse Can Get Access to a Bank Account Your Parents Put Your Name on

As a Saratoga Divorce Lawyer I am often asked if a spouse can get access to a bank account your parent’s set up with your name.  Your spouse could make a claim to get access but will most likely not be granted access unless you have transferred money secretly from a joint account.  I advise clients as a Saratoga Divorce Lawyer that if the account only has your money or a parent’s then your spouse will have no access.

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If you are concerned about your spouse getting control of your personal bank account, watch this video and contact our experienced Saratoga Divorce Lawyer.

This informational video was provided by Jean Mahserjian, an experienced Saratoga Divorce Lawyer.

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