Les Miserable, a Medallion and Knowing Who You Are

 

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Les Miserable, a Medallion and Knowing Who You Are

One of Broadways greatest shows closed this week. The original version of Les Miserables opened in New York on March 12, 1987 and went on to run for 6,680 performances, making it the fifth-longest running production in Broadway history. A 2006 revival ran for an additional 463 performances. It’s the world’s longest running musical, now seen by over 60M people. The show tells the gripping story of Jean Valjean’s life and how he struggles with his identity, past and present, as he sings the incredible song of “Who am I, 24601”. Continue reading “Les Miserable, a Medallion and Knowing Who You Are”

Stock Ownership and Getting a Medallion Guarantee After a Death in the Family

  • If a person who holds stocks passes away without having a will . . .
  • Since the current rightful shareholder is deceased, the transfer agent would need a medallion guarantee to verify the signature of the Executor or Trustee.

Very often our eSignatureGuarantee office will get calls from individuals who may have just lost a parent or from someone whose spouse just passed away and they are looking for direction and guidance on how to address the ownership of stock after that person who owned the stock has passed away. Did they have a will?

Continue reading “Stock Ownership and Getting a Medallion Guarantee After a Death in the Family”