I own a LLC in Alabama, my personal and business accounts are all at the same bank. My wife also has a personal account at this bank. Her employer has wrote her several bad checks which the bank has. We have requested for the bank to turn these checks over to us so we can turn them over to the District Attorneys office. The bank refuses to turn them over until my wifes account is made current. Her account can't be made current until we collect on these checks. Yesterday, I found out that the bank liquidated my personal account and business account without my knowledge and closed the accounts down. When I called the bank to find out about they said the President of the bank authorized it. I requested for him to call me back and has yet to do it. The bank says because my wife is associated with me and the accounts they can do this. My questions are can they legally do this, my personal account I can maybe understand but my business account since it is it's own living breathing entity can they take the money and close down the account. Keep in mind my personal and my business account were both in positive numbers and have never been in the negative?