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How To Change Your Name

Changing your name is a relatively simple procedure that can usually be done without a lawyer. Just about anyone can change his or her name, for any good reason.




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Question: My sixteen year old son was giving mine and his mother's last names at birth by a nurse that took it upon herself to do so. At the time she and I weren't together but since have been. What we want to do is remove his mother's last name which leaves him with one first, middle, and one last name instead of one first, one middle, and two last names How do I go about doing it?
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Question: How do I change my children's last name to their biological father's last name?
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Question: Can I get a new birth certificate with my new name after a name change. I heard I can but I still want to make sure. Can that even be possible. What do I have to go through to get a new birth certificate with only my new name.
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Question: How much is it to change fathers name on birth cert. I have a court order to change this I jus don't know how much it will cost
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Question: I just got married and want to change my daughters last name to match mine. She is 6 months old and there is no father on the birth certificate nor do I know who they are. What forms do I need and will I have to pay a fee for PIMA county minor name change because of marriage.
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