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My mother is not incapacitated, but infirm; I have a Durable Power of Attorney, signed, witnessed and notarized. How should I have my name added to her account should she need those funds and is unable to access them herself. That is not the case at the present time, just planning for the future. She is 94.
November 2, 2014 08:07:18 PM
In reply to Joseph, Hockessin
Thanks for coming to us here on TD Helps, Joseph. It's good to have her affairs in order and we'll be glad to share some information with you.
In order for you to be added to her account as Power of Attorney, both you and your mother must visit a TD Bank Store together with your Power of Attorney document and present valid photo IDs. There is maintenance form that needs to be signed to complete the process. If for some reason, she is unable to visit the Store with you, she can contact the TD Bank that she opened her account at to see if you can be added remotely. To find a complete listing of locations and hours please view: http://bit.ly/TDStores.
We hope this helps you in gathering her affairs and please let us know if you have any questions, Joseph.
Katherine G, Mount Laurel
November 2, 2014 08:08:40 PM
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