I wrote before about 2 accounts my decesased boyfriend took out and put me on the accounts as co-signer, I think. The accounts were in both names (his was primary) until he passed away then his parents (probably) had his name removed and the bills and calls started coming to me. Someone here (thank you) said I will need to file a police report to get this resolved. I don't want to cause his family any more grief. Since he has died, what would the PD do with this report? I also read on the internet that some PD's don't want to take reports for this type of thing. I'm a little nervous about going in to talk to police!!! Not my stomping ground, at all!! Does anyone know how this works? I live in Florida.
Thanks for all the great information I've gotten on this site.
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