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I have a check addressed to me in my former married name and to my Ex-Husband from an outside Bank, he signed it. Am I able to cash it? Or would I have to show divorce papers to do so?
I have a TD checking and savings account, he does not, he uses another Bank or Credit Union. Thank you.
September 29, 2016 07:16:47 AM
In reply to Natalie, Walden
Welcome to the TD Helps community, Natalie. We are happy to help you clear up some confusion regarding your check.
If the check has not been presented to another financial institution for deposit and you are listed on the check as a payee, you are able to deposit it. The check will need to be endorsed by you to be credited to your account with us.
Please note, the back of the check(s) must be endorsed by the person who the check is made out to and the person that is depositing the check before it is presented. Please note; government or insurance checks can only be presented for payment from the person listed on the "Payable to" line of the check.
If you are unsure if the check has already been cashed to your ex's account, we recommend reaching out to the bank directly. For hours and locations of a Store near you, check out: http://go.td.com/TDStores.
We are always here to help, Natalie. Please feel free to reach out to us with any other questions.
Kris M, Mt. Laurel
September 29, 2016 07:17:10 AM