If you are changing anything about your name you will need to go through the following steps to first change your name on you social security card. The social security lady told me that if in a year or two I am tired of having 2 last names I can change it to either one.
I had my paperwork filled out to do that, but the ss lady convinced me to keep Smith Dorobek as 2 last names! I changed my last name and was excited for it, I love having a unique last name and letting go of my past. Thanks for sharing this, I got remarried 7 months ago and finally got all my work accounts updated just yesterday. What I ultimately learned out of the whole ordeal was to name my kids the name I wanted them to go by as a first name and when they get married they will have an easier time with getting things how they want them to be.
I did the same as a lot of other commenters… made my maiden name my middle name and took his last name.
I will admit it will be so strange to write my new last name for a while, but I feel it shows my commitment to him and the marriage. Also, I totally didn't know about all of the info about traveling with a child who has a different last name than you… so interesting!
I started my first student teaching position right after we got back from our honeymoon, so it was a great time to switch. However, as amazing as it was, the last two weeks leading up to the wedding were beyond stressful.
Lucky for me, though, I just came across this awesome checklist from Allstate specifically for brides who need to change their names. Like, changing my name with my insurance provider… Can you imagine, God forbid, getting in an accident or needing to be rushed to the hospital and experiencing issues because your name on your policy was different from your license? Thanks for putting all this info together into one really user-friendly checklist that I can start tackling.
After a chaotic year of wedding planning, the last thing I want is to have to try to figure out all this complicated adult stuff on my own! This post was written as part of the Allstate Influencer Program and sponsored by Allstate. Wow, I didn’t realize there were SO many things you needed to do with changing your name after getting married! Kayla Buell is a young twenty- something who's hoping to share her experiences with other young professionals. I hope this helps with your process!!  And stay warm my friends!!  I have been freezing cold since yesterday…brrr!!

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Bring this form and your original or certified copy of your marriage license to your local social security office. You can find more on the wedding after math here: thank you cards, changing your last name, and the super simple wedding scrapbook. I loved starting a new family with him, and for me personally, that meant me taking his family name. I think after 3 years the passport is the only thing I still need to change.The bank always messes it up. I will be teaching my girls to keep their own names or do what you did if marrying a trade down last name – or trade it if they want and they think they are trading up. Being a bit of a feminist too I just, to me it's romantic, I want us to have the same surname and I want our children to have the same name as me too. I am changing my last name, it means a LOT to him and honestly its something that I will cherish. His parents are divorced and remarried (dad is now divorced again) and mine have been married for 35 years going on 36… together for 40.
For me, its how I was raised so its the norm for me, however I know a lot of married women that kept their last name. I think that when the time comes for me to get married, I will try to make my maiden name a second middle name, or even have two last names. Coming from divored parents it's confusing for the kids in school To have different last names than their parents, mine was simple, I love my family but I never liked my last name and I thought it was ugly, and I really liked my husbands name so I totally dropped it!
There was so much to do, not enough time to do it all, and it just seemed like I kept writing more and more things down on my to-do list. We’ll be moving into our new house in a couple of weeks, and there’s still a bunch of stuff Joe and I have to do, now that we’re back to reality. Yea, that’s right, call me old school, but I’m taking Joe’s last name and I’ll now be Kayla Buell. I’ve heard horror stories from tons of people about how annoying it is to change your name. With the new election coming up in the not too distant future, I’ll want to get this one squared away ASAP.
Partly due to laziness, the other because we were helping my husband’s grandparents save money on doctor visits and my name change would have been a random red flag. The biggest hassle for me was just going into the social security building and dealing with all of that.

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but to help ensure that you get your last name changed, we’ve put together a fabulous infographic with EVERYTHING needed. From what I gather, there are 3 main camps on the issue: take his name, hyphenate names, or keep your last name. Obviously you don’t want to make brand hew accounts with your new name because then you would loose all of your previous miles. My husband thinks it’s so dumb and tedious, but I love keeping every part of my identity.
Now, if my maiden name had been special in any way I might have had to improvise along the lines of what you did. Also, on my dad's side of the family, out of him and his 4 siblings, only my dad and my Uncle Mike are the guys.
I felt that if I would have kept my last name, it would be like I was not fully committed to the marriage.
Don’t worry, I’ll be posting tons of pictures soon, because our wedding weekend was absolutely the best weekend of my life! I, for one, have very little to no patience these days, so I can tell you I’d definitely not be amused. As the nation’s largest publicly held personal lines insurer, Allstate is dedicated not only to protecting what matters most–but to guiding people to live the Good Life, every day. I didn’t like the way the lady forced me to have it on my marriage certificate anyway!
The process isn’t necessarily difficult, but it can be stressful, especially when you try to remember every location that has your name on file. But I also moved countries within a month of getting married, so in the UK a lot of my bank etc that are still there are in my surname and probably will be for some time. I was happy and she didn't feel like I was just throwing away something that was meaningful to her {really, how meaningful can Marie with no family connection be?}. My lady said I could do whatever I wanted too… she told me I could add another middle name if I wanted! Don’t worry about any of this before the honeymoon, but when you get back, take a look at this checklist on how to change your last name after marriage. Oh, and don't get me started on how hard it was to convince the nurse who checked me in for an emergency c-section that I really did legally have two middle names.

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