accessing account of someone in hospital.
person A has been admitted to a hospital, and is not expected to leave, and not pass away for at least several years.
Person B (spouse) uses money from person A to pay bills, and has access to bank card and pin of Person A.
there is no power of attorny on file and person A is not fit to sign one.
as of now, person B plans to continue to access bank machine to get money coming in (pension money)
person B has quotes of 2000$ to legally get ownership of person A's finiances, but doesn't have that money right now to spare.
will banks ever suspend person's A account (im guessing they have no way of knowing of the medical issue)
person B should be ok as long as the card doesn't stop working?
person B is hesitant to mention anything to the bank for fear of the bank locking out person A
also this is fully legit, nothing criminal, simply 2 married seniors, one in failing health, and a lot of old school mentality.