When my husband signed a Power of attorney, he did not put Jr. on the name. Will this cause a problem?

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Now the bank has denied it without the Jr on the form and he can no longer sign his name. Is this going to be a major problem with everything??

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My mother made my brother POA and me alternate, however, they misspelled my last name. Mom and brother know it and no one has done anything about it. I have always wondered if this would be a problem should I have to take over POA duties. You comment made me think about this again and how picky banks can be.
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Since the time he prepared it, my husband has been unable to sign his name. That is the problem.
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Go back to the attorney who prepared the POA and make him correct it.
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