If my father purchased a single premium whole life insurance policy that was not put in his full legal name, could that present a problem in the future?

Question Details: When my dad purchased the policy last year, they put it under his middle name which he goes by. He requested that they change it to his full legal name. They said that they couldn't do that but he could send in a copy of his driver's license and they would file it with his policy. Is this going to be a problem for us in the future? Also, my sister and I are listed as the primary beneficiaries with my husband listed as the only secondary. She is married and I have a son. How should the secondary beneficiaries be set up.

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