ofcourse no .... never a woman married can get of check the account of her husband and vice versa except if there is a Bank power of attorney thanks
Yes, a check can be deposited into a minor's account. The adult listed on the account may have to be the one to deposit the checks.
The check would first have to be endorsed, that is, signed, by the wife before being deposited. The endorsement is proof that the wife has agreed to this by signing the check over to her husband. An unendorsed check will not be accepted.
If you have a bank account and are trying to deposit a check, you will have to sign the back of that check. If the back is not signed, it cannot be deposited or cashed.
A bounced check. Probably a check that you deposited into your account was no good so the bank returned it and deducted the money from your account.
A person can write a check to another person and have it deposited into another account. The check should have the persons name on it and then have it deposited by visiting their bank.
It depends. Yes - If it was a single holder account held by the husband and the wife used illegal means (like signing a check on her husbands behalf) to take money from it. No - If it was a joint account or if the wife used her husbands ATM Card.
That will usually work. See related question link.