Chances are you’ll already have a strong opinion as to whether or not you should legally change your last name well before you get engaged. I personally struggled for about three years before AND after we got married with the decision to legally change my last name or not. Some may feel the need to change their last name because of a divorce, misuse of identity, common last name, or change of gender. It is not possible to change your last name without a proper court order, which gives you the explicit permission to do so.
The second clause of the petition, requires that the present name and proposed name of the applicant or (applicants) be mentioned in detail. The third clause, allows the court to notify the public about the applicant's pending application for change of name or last name through a show cause notice, so that third parties can appear at the court and dispute this change.
The sixth clause requires that, the complete details of each of the listed applicants be mentioned in separate attachments.
The petition is more likely to be granted in case the petitioner has a clean criminal record. Once the 'Order for Change of Name' has been granted by the court, the petitioner will need to inform the Social Security agency, Department of Motor Vehicles, banks, insurance company, and other providers about the change, so as to continue availing these privileges under the new name. The order shall be published in a popular newspaper and posted by the court clerk in three major public places in the state. Once the order for change in name and gender is ratified, the applicant must file the order at the Secretary of State office along with the necessary fee. Changing your name in Florida requires filing a petition for name change with the courts, fingerprints, a national criminal background check and possibly a court hearing. You can change your name for any legitimate reason, but not for illegal purposes, such as to avoid paying debts. If you are changing your name due to marriage, your marriage certificate serves as official proof. If you wish to change a child’s name due to adoption or paternity action, the final papers will serve as official proof of the name change. Once you change your name, you should inform the Social Security Administration, banks, schools, DMV, employers, insurance companies any any other entities you interact with. The procedures for court processes involving minors usually vary somewhat from those involving adults. Write your name as it appears on your official Florida identification card, date of birth, sex and physical address.

It’s a long story that I might write about here one day, but I felt extremely connected to my last name (as I know a lot of women do as well). The law allows for change of last name, provided the reasons for seeking such a change are legitimate and legally sound. The laws governing change of name in the United Sates of America are regulated by state laws and are thus mandatory. A written objection must be submitted to the court at least two days before the hearing of the case. In case of a past felony conviction, the judge will take into consideration the certificate of discharge and the completion of probation by the petitioner.
A 'Certificate of Change in Name' must also be obtained from the court as a means of proof. The court will allow the changing of last name legally, only after having scrutinized every aspect of the petition and whether it is necessary or not. You must be age 18 or over, or the parent or guardian of a child whose name will be changed, and live in the county where you, or the child, seek the name change.
You also cannot change to a name that will impact the rights of others or infringe on trademarks or patents. If you are going back to your former name due to divorce, the final divorce decree serves as official proof. Even though when I was a little girl I fantasized about getting married and doodled my fake future husband’s last name after mine, I never really considered having a sort of identity crisis at the thought of doing it. The 'Original Petition for Change of Name' should be filed in the county where the applicant resides.
Applicants who are listed under government confidentiality programs such as Safe at Home: Address Confidentiality Program by the Secretary of State or others, or are victims of domestic violence or rape, are exempted from such disclosure of information.
The order must contain all the information mentioned in the original petition, in order for it to be validated by the judge. A mandatory period of two years should have passed since the completion of probation or discharge, for the judge to approve the petition of change of name. In some states the former name is restored during the divorce proceeding itself, however this provision must be specifically availed.The petition must contain all the needful information regarding the divorce case, such as the case name, number, name of the parties, child custody etc. Seeking the assistance of an attorney will help expedite the procedural aspects of the case.
All other adult name changes require you to complete the Florida Petition for Change of Name for an adult, and file it with the clerk of the circuit court in the county where you live.

However, if both parents do not agree to the change, the petitioning parent must either obtain written consent from the other parent or serve the other parent with notice of the petition. When the time came to actually change it, I felt that not only would I be losing a small part of myself if I got rid of my last name, but that I would also be losing my cultural identity in a way (going from a Jewish last name to a non-Jewish one). A form for Ex Parte Application For Restoration Of Former Name After Entry Of Judgment Or Order must be filed with the court clerk.
The clerk of the court will instruct you where to get your fingerprints taken and the process for the criminal background check. Once filed, the parent(s) must submit to fingerprinting, a criminal background check and a final hearing. While my family actually encouraged me to change my last name (probably trying to get rid of me.
The petitioner can also submit the documents to the district clerk who will assign the appropriate court, where the case must be heard. The petitioner will need to prove to the judge that the change in name is not detrimental to the public, and is not intended for evading any financial or criminal liability. If you have been convicted of a crime and your civil rights have been suspended, you cannot change your name until those rights have been restored. Once the court receives the results, it will either grant the name change or set a hearing date. Once the order is approved by the judge, the copies of the order are mailed to the applicant's. When the judge grants the petition and issues a formal order, the order serves as official proof of the change. Depending on whether or not the services of an attorney are being availed, a change of name can cost anywhere between $150 - $500. And what made me happy in the end was deciding to drop my middle name and make it my maiden name instead (even though I still go by my maiden name professionally). That was the perfect compromise for myself that has worked out great so far…except when making restaurant reservations, in which I totally forget which name I used. Virgin Islands 44 votes 59% 41% Macao 42 votes 50% 50% Syria 40 votes 78% 22% Guyana 38 votes 55% 45% Myanmar [Burma] 37 votes 54% 46% Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 36 votes 44% 56% Northern Mariana Islands 32 votes 56% 44% Fiji 31 votes 68% 32% Anonymous Proxy 30 votes 37% 63% Zimbabwe 30 votes 60% 40% Senegal 30 votes 43% 57% Seychelles 29 votes 52% 48% Zambia 28 votes 46% 54% Sint Maarten 28 votes 50% 50% A…land 28 votes 46% 54% Botswana 26 votes 62% 38% Antigua and Barbuda 24 votes 67% 33% Sudan 24 votes 63% 37% Saint Lucia 22 votes 55% 45% Mozambique 22 votes 55% 45% Libya 21 votes 76% 24% Uganda 21 votes 67% 33% Grenada 20 votes 35% 65% Dominica 19 votes 68% 32% Laos 18 votes 67% 33% Ethiopia 17 votes 47% 53% Turks and Caicos Islands 17 votes 76% 24% Haiti 17 votes 76% 24% Madagascar 16 votes 75% 25% Angola 15 votes 73% 27% New Caledonia 15 votes 33% 67% Greenland 15 votes 60% 40% Netherlands Antilles 15 votes 67% 33% Brunei Darussalam 14 votes 64% 36% Cuba 14 votes 29% 71% Uzbekistan 13 votes 62% 38% Monaco 13 votes 62% 38% Swaziland 13 votes 62% 38% Liechtenstein 13 votes 38% 62% Cameroon 12 votes 67% 33% Guadeloupe 11 votes 18% 82% Anguilla 11 votes 27% 73% French Polynesia 11 votes 27% 73% Bonaire 10 votes 60% 40% British Virgin Islands 10 votes 60% 40% Saint Kitts and Nevis 10 votes 70% 30% Afghanistan 10 votes 40% 60% Iran, Islamic Republic of 9 votes 33% 67% Mariana Islands 9 votes 33% 67% Macau 9 votes 67% 33% Malawi 8 votes 38% 62% Kyrgyzstan 8 votes 75% 25% American Samoa 8 votes 50% 50% Ivory Coast 8 votes 38% 62% Moldova, Republic of 7 votes 71% 29% Virgin Islands, U.S.

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