How Do I? Ö A Guide for Savings Bond Owners
Do you need help submitting requests for savings bonds transactions? Here’s a guide that tells you the forms and documents you need to cash, reissue or distribute (according to a will or the law) bonds, or file a claim for lost, stolen, or destroyed bonds.
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To use the guide, click the link below that applies to the type of ownership for the bonds you own or manage.
Individual, Co-ownership, or Beneficiary
Bond is held in primary ownership form with or without a co-owner or beneficiary.
Bond owner is deceased and the court has appointed a legal representative for the estate.
Bond owner is deceased and there is no court-appointed legal representative for the estate.
A legal guardian administers the estate of a living person.
Bond is held in a trust by one person for the benefit of another.