Hello all, My father recently was awarded A&A and we are working to set me up as fiduciary. I've spoken with Citibank and HSBC re setting up a fiduciary account (the way the VA requires) but both banks have stated they won't do this without a court order - which I don't have and won't get from the VA. I also spoke with Chase today and they seemed to be able to do it (they had a VA Custodial Acct in their system). However the guy said they'd need to see a paycheck from the VA to my father with his name on it. I said their is no such thing as all payments are directly deposited. He said they needed that or VA form 21-4073 (fiduciary agreement) to open the account. I've googled that form and don't find it. Does anyone know what they received when approved as fiduciary? Was it this form? Obviously many of you have set up this sort of account with a bank. Can you share some of the names of major banks who have done this for you? And what paperwork is/was required of you to open one?