Decades of jurisprudence establish that the ownership of a joint account, as between its co-holders, is not controlled by statute, but, rather, is a question of fact dependent on the intent of the joint account holders and all of the circumstances surrounding the joint account's creation and maintenance.
State v. Lavigne
Connecticut Supreme Court
December 24, 2012
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