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Deceased Keogh Owner - who can sign plan amendments/termination documents


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The Keogh owner has died.  We have a qualified Keogh document that needs to be updated and terminated.  Who can sign on behalf of the Plan Administrator/employer?  The Keogh owner was self employed.  The Will names a daughter as Executor, but no Probate Estate was opened, therefore, no recorded Letters of Office.

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We've had this several times and have had the executor sign docs.  Different investment companies will have different requirements and it is a matter of jumping through their hoops and satisfying their requirements, and sometimes wheedling and cajoling them into accepting what we all know is ok.

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Thanks. I can't seem to get an answer from the TPA or an attorney.  Then technically a Probate Estate has to be opened just so that the Executor  can get a recorded Letter of Office to sign on behalf of the Plan.   

 

 

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