I live in Illinois my then husband we were married at the time received an insurance check made out to both of us. He signed my name. Is this illegal the check was for 6k if that matters?
Usually the bank needs a writen paper with your signature for proof that you were allowing him to cash your check. Your husband was doing something against the law, watch out, he pay get into trouble when the bank, state, and government go through all the papers and such each year.
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If you receive an insurance claim check made out to the body shop and you and you want to make your own repairs can the check be re-issued to you?
The insurance company issues the check in both names, because there is still money owed on the vehicle. In which case, you would not be allowed to make your own repairs.
When the insurance company sends you a check do they put the check in your name or the collision center's name?
the check should be in your name, and possibly whoever financed it if that's the case , not the repair shop- in most states you can take the vehicle wherever you want to have it repaired, some companies will steer you to certain shops,unless you know the shop I would NOT do that
you need to check first your account and then you get it You will have to take or send it to the loan company. They have the first right to any money from the check to cover the outstanding loan amount.
After an accident do you have to use your insurance check or can you opt to live with the damage and spend the money elsewhere?
Answer . \nThe simple answer to this is yes you can keep the check and spend it on something else.. Answer . Unless there is a loan on the car. Then the lender will insist that you have it repaired.
If an insurance company writes a check for you and your contractor and you decide not to do the repairs do you have to get another check written or can the contractor sign the check over?
Answer . Do the work, the claim is going to count against you now that a check was issued. You should not have filed if you did not intend to do the work.
Is it illegal in the US to be married to one women and living with a second at the same time and having children with both?
Answer . \nThere are states which still have laws making adultry a crime, these laws however are rarely implemented and are unlikely to be upheld if they were used.\n. \nHowever, all states have laws regarding a parent not supporting biological children regardless of whether the children are a …product of a legal marriage or not. ( Full Answer )
If an insurance company made a settlement offer and a check was to be written when they realized they were not the at-fault's insurer at the time of the accident are they still liable?
Answer . NO, They are not liable if their insured was not at fault or was not their insured regardless of whether a check had already been written or not. In fact should they have issued a settlement check and later determined they were not liable, The insurer can demand a refund of the settlemen…t amount they issued. ( Full Answer )
Answer . You should not have to if it is signed to "cash". Answer . Yes, any check that you are looking to cash/deposit must have a signature.
The bank may accept it. They are more likely to allow him to deposit the check in her account rather than cash it.
Legally, only if your husband endorsed the check first.. Having said that, it has been known to happen [that] a local bank will cash/deposit such a check without properly scrutinizing the check, for a "regular" customer.. Good luck.
If the check has the word 'or' between the names, it can be cashedby you. If it has 'and/or' you can cash it alone. Try depositingthe check, rather than cashing it; then take out the money.
I am currently married to my husband and he remarried in Vietnam to his ex-girlfriend and wants to bring her to the US. Will someone do a background check for this is illegal?
Answer. While we love to answer questions, we can't be doing this and that for people who can do it for themselves. You might contact US Immigration, it's on the net, they would be better to answer your question.
You live with your husband in the UK the house is in his name you have a son each who both live with you. I moved 250 miles to marry him does he have any financial obligation?
You really need a lawyer's advice, but any sensible person would advise you to. 1) Get the house put into joint names.. 2) Get your husband to legally adopt your son.. Hope a lawyer sees this and gives you a more detailed answer!
What is the best way to sign a insurance check if you receive it as a result of an accident that was the other drivers fault in order to allow yourself the opportunity to make additional claims?
You need to see an attorney (lawyer) before you cash that check, this could get complicated and you will need help.
Yes, if she is a joint account holder with him and the bank mandate permits only one signatory of the two.
My name is misspelled on a check. do i sign with my correct spelling or the way the check is made out.?
You must sign with the correct spelling and then contact your bank to have this spelling mistake corrected.
I received IRS insurance refund checks after my Dads death all in his name bank won't accept altho I am on joint account?
Answer . Your being on the joint account allows you to withdraw the funds not cash your father's checks. You should inquire at the local probate court to see if there is some type of petition you could file to obtain the power to cash the checks. You may have to file a petition for administration …that will list all his heirs at law and provide them with notice of the petition. When that is allowed and an administrator appointed, the court will provide letters testamantary that will enable you to act on behalf of the estate.\n. \nYou could also ask the bank what documentation they would require for you to be able to cash the checks. You should act quickly before the checks expire. ( Full Answer )
Answer . If she states in her will that her husband shall receive that account he will. She may leave it to anyone she chooses. If she dies without a will it will pass as intestate property according to the laws of your state. See the link provided below for state-by-state intestacy laws.
Received a check from homeowners insurance due to hail storn do we have to use the check to repair house or will it effect the price if we sell in the future?
You can spend the money for whatever you desire. If your house was badly damaged and you don't fix it - that would affect the price when you sell.
i didn't know aliens could marry. just kidding, that would be a no, only US citizens can get divorces. however, they can get married.
Is it illegal for a wife to sign her name on checks to her husband's private business checking account?
If she is recorded by the bank as being an authorized signatory on the account there's not a problem, she may do so. If she is signing her husband's name and it is suspected that she is doing so with the intent to commit a crime (fraud or embezzlement), she can be charged with an offense (forging an…d uttering). ( Full Answer )
If i am are six months late on my mortagage and I receive a insurance check for a roof leak can the mortgage company keep your check since the check came in my name and the mortgage company?
As far as I know they shouldn't be allowed to. They are on the policy in case your house becomes a total loss and the insurer then uses the settlement money to pay back the whole mortgage. Query your insurer.
Not enough info given to answer. Signed by whom? What does the questioner believe constituted the fraud? What kind of specific info are you seeking?
Yes. Take your current identification documents and documents supporting your name change (marriage license, court issued change of name decree, etc.) to the bank and they will instruct you on the proper endorsement.
There are two ways to answer this question.. both of them are no. 1) If writing a check from your husands account, the signature in the bottom right hand corner needs to be his. No one else is allowed to sign the that corner except for the account holder. If you are both on the account then both or …your names will be typed on the top left of the check, so either of you will be able to sign that line in the bottom right hand corner. 2) If you are asking about a signing a check that is written out to your husband, only he can sign the back of it. If he has asked you to deposit it into his account for him and has forgotten to sign the back then you are allowed to write "For Deposit Only" on the back and write his account number below if you know it. You are never allowed to cash a check that is written out to him unless he has signed the back, then written "pay to the order of (YOUR NAME) and then you have signed below. If it were going into a joint account you may deposit the check and receive cash back assuming you have money in the account. ( Full Answer )
From what I understand, you can't marry anyone who is already married (unless they divorce their current partner or become a widow)
This depends upon the financial firm from where you have taken yourinsurance. Most of the time you get claim within 15 - 20 Days
\nyes and you will, i assure you, you will go to jail if you do it.
Lets do your homework before its already to late. Late is nothing if you not take action now. There are few don't and do here. 1st : Is this his personal email. then please proceed. No legal action unless he really file a sue and involved the email company. I bet he wont. Don't if that is his …company email. You will need to deal to this company if your husband really want to screw you up. 2nd : He maybe save his scandal number ( if any ) as male name in email or cell phone number. The best to discover is checking his cell phone and track the real name using this website. The thing is we don't want a surprise that related to marriage problem later. Let detect who he always / or long conversation call. Trick told by man: " I always put other name in my cell phone like Johny or Kevin or Brian. Well Johny is Johanna , Kevin is Kavita , and Brian is Brenda." Got the message? Act now before its to late: http://detailsearch.info ( Full Answer )
No. Both have to sign the check. A bit more: Unless the laws on this have changed since I worked in banking, an exception to this is if the husband and wife have a joint bank account, then only one of them can endorse (sign) the check if they deposit it directly into their joint account.
the insurance people want to make sure the cheque is going to the right person.
Received a check from Clerk of Court state of Nevada for money found in mothers home at time of death i am executer of will Check made out to Estate of and my name but cannot cash?
You should call the court that issued the check and ask the clerk how to solve your problem.
Sounds like a CRIME as you can ONLY Sign your name, you can FORGE someone Else's
You have permission to use boyfriends checking account will you get in trouble for signing his name?
You are not supposed to sign anyone else's name other than your own unless under written agreement.
A check received by a wife on the death of her husband could be from several sources, a life insurance policy, a death benefit from an employer, social security or retirement fund, or several other misc. sources.
If you haven't paid the vehicle off, then you must repair the vehicle with the insurance check. If you don't owe a bank anything, you are not required to fix the vehicle. Keep in mind, if the vehicle has unrepaired physical damage and you get in another accident the insurance company will not give… you another penny. They are only required to repair the vehicle to the condition it was in prior to the accident. If it was already damaged, they won't give you a dime ( Full Answer )
If the wife doesn't want him to and he does it anyway, she can probably sue him.
they use dogs to smell out the organic matter they can also x ray for the organic matter
If the claim is one for property damage and the insurer is paying for the repairs, the check is usually made payable jointly to the body shop and the insured. If the claim is one for damages for bodily injury and the insured was represented by an attorney, the check is normally payable jointly to t…he lawyer and to the insured. If the claim is made by a third party, you, as theinsured, are not named on it. ( Full Answer )
If the car was not classified "totaled" (meaning that the damage is more than the value of the vehicle) it is the right thing to do.
Continue using. it's not what appears on the check, it is the account number and the routing number that are important. As long as they did not change, you should be ok.
Can you write a check on your husbands checking account Just married and husband deposited all money in his account?
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
You don't have to repair the damage, you could just pocket the money and drive around a busted up car.
If your husband does not press charges then nothing will happen. If pressed charges then it depends on your criminal record.
If you suspect that you know the identity of the insurer, you can contact that company and inquire. The insurer will want you to adequately identify yourself, so be prepared with full name, SSN, address, etc. If you or the person that you think bought the insurance had a relationship with an insuran…ce agent, by all means contact that agent to start the search. If you believe that another person initiated the transaction (in other words, insured your life), naturally, you can ask. Note, though, that the person or entity taking out the policy would have to have an insurable interest in your life. Stated otherwise, they would have to have a stake in your continued life-which can be a financial stake or one based upon "love and affection". If there is not such an insurable interest and you do not wish the policy to remain in force, the insurer can be contacted and the situation explained. ( Full Answer )
No, because when the husband passes away, his file is erased from Government computer files.
Generally, you fill out the deposit slip and hand it to a teller. Policies may vary. Ask your bank for complete details.
Probably not. Usually, any deductions for Medicaid will have been taken prior to any payment to the patient.
Insurance times is a publication that originates in UK. It does not appear that there is any option to receive the paper copy in the US, however you are free to access the content on the website at any time.
No. The check must be endorsed by whomever the check is made out to. This will be the insured on the policy. If the spouse was not the named insured on the policy then she cannot legally endorse the check unless he gives her power of attorney or if he is deceased and she is designated as administrat…or of the estate by the court. ( Full Answer )