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Louisiana Joint Brokerage Account Laws
Louisiana Joint Brokerage Account Laws

In accordance with Louisiana Revised Statute 9:1421, the surviving spouse of the recently deceased may withdraw funds contained in a joint brokerage account prior to an official legal judgment or appointment of an account administrator. Initial Requirements A joint brokerage ...

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