Without going into the whole Gantsah Geshichta, my sister is trying to convince me of the critical importance of the spelling of a person's name. She points to a local Rabbi who is an "expert in the spelling of names". She says that he's often consulted when a ketubah or a gett is written.
Okay, I understand the importance, and I can see him being consulted for a ketubah. But a gett?? What if someone's name is written one way on the ketubah and then it's decided that there's a "more correct" way to spell it and this spelling is used on the gett thereby creating a mismatch between these documents.
In a case like this, does the gett really do what its supposed to? Is this simply an open invitation to create mamzerim?