Yes. The beneficiary has authorization on an account only at the time of the account holder’s death. Prior to that time, the beneficiary has no rights to the account and therefore the bank is not at liberty to discuss who the beneficiary is on an account unless the bank is speaking with the authorized account holder. Keep in mind; the account holder can change the beneficiary during their lifetime.

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