Monday, August 22, 2011

Spouses Signature

There are some types of legal documents that is necessary to have the husband and wife jointly sign. An example of this would be a deed for a home. In many states, the wife and husband must sign to make it valid even if the home is owned by one spouse alone.

In some cases, even if not required it would be a good idea to have both spouse signatures. An example of this would be a promissory note. You may not be able to collect your money if all their assets are owned jointly. Another sample would be a lease both spouses should sign so they could be held accountable for paying the rent. If you are signing an obligation, you should try to avoid having your spouse sign.

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