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Re: How do safe deposit boxes work?
said by Bob4:That is one state out of 50 (or is it 57). I think I will take my lawyer's advice. said by Austinloop:
One's demise will usually cause the safe deposit box to be sealed for some period of time,
Not in New Jersey. The executor is allow to retrieve wills and life insurance policies.
You can also add a second (or third) name to the box and access it after death.
If your lawyer says the box will be sealed, you need to get a new lawyer.
See - »www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/D···.htm#36D
No, thanks. I honestly don't remember if she said any thing about the sealing, but she did recommend the fire proof box.
You could end up like this guy - »Need help with an old safe