take to your bank and sign your maiden name and your married name they should deposit it to your account.
by ladystang - 10 hours ago
Yes, you can. Sign it in your maiden name and then under that, sign your married name. Should not be a problem.
by dg - 10 hours ago
Yes you will be able to especially if you have a banking account where they know you just got married! You will have no problem!
by KD - 10 hours ago
you should be able to. !!
by okay - 10 hours ago
Yes. Endorse the check with your maiden name, and under that endorse it with your new married name.
by Bibs - 10 hours ago
I still have all my checks in my maiden name and haven't had a problem cashing them or using them......but I do also still have an old drivers licenses with my maiden name in it too.But 9 times out of 10 they don't even ask for it.....good luck!
by Brandy - 10 hours ago
Yes. Your best bet would be to just take it to your bank. You will be asked to endorse the check with your maiden name and then your married name. I had did business in my maiden name. The got married and did business in my married name. Then got divorced and went back to my maiden name. So I am very familiar with this process--lol
by maamu - 10 hours ago
It should not be a problem if you want to deposit it into your account. My father is always sending me checks for christmas or my birthday that have my maiden name on them, I have never had a problem depositing them.
by MLE - 10 hours ago
sure why not
by clever1 - 10 hours ago
yes aslong as you have identity confirming your maiden name
by Jessie B - 10 hours ago
Yes , you can cash it . Just go to your bank .
by Jack B - 10 hours ago
Yes you can cash it. Just sign it with your maiden name, and then sign again with your married name under it. No big deal.
by Liz - 10 hours ago
You should be able to - just endorse it with your maiden name as the middle name and your married name for the last name - it should work
by goodkharma333 - 10 hours ago
If you have anything proving what your maiden name was, then yes you can cash it.
by Donna <>< - 10 hours ago
Yes, but bring ID with you. If you can, go to a bank where they know you.
by FreddyH - 10 hours ago
Yes just keep a copy of your birth Certificate in case they ask for it but it shouldn't be a problem.
by Minni - 10 hours ago
if its in ur license
by magicclit56 - 10 hours ago
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