My father and I have a joint account, but my name isn't on the checks. Can I write a check to pay his bills?.
Be best to call your bank and find out. Without your name on the checks, I think he would have to sign them. Some banks are fussy about that stuff! Give them a call, they'll tell you!
Yes in most cases depending the bank and it's rules. Each bank has different rules.
Since you are partly the account owner of that account, you can write a check in and specify that you are the one making the withdrawals in your name. The individual bank will verify that you are part owner and complete the transfer as needed.
If the personal checks are in his name, he has to sign the checks. No need to call the bank to find out.
You can sign if you signed the check card at the bank authorizing you to have access. Doesn't matter your name isn't on there but cashiers at retail stores would probably question it.