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What forms do you need? Form SS-5, an application for a Social Security card. Your legal name change document (marriage certificate or court order) Proof of identity (your current drivers license or state ID)
There are 12 judicial districts in Nebraska and 56 district judges who serve Nebraskas 93 counties. District courts hear felony and civil cases and some misdemeanors. Most appeals from the county courts are decided by judges of the district courts solely on the record.
Any person wishing to change his or her name may file a petition in the district court in the county in which the person resides so long as that person has been a bona fide resident of that county for at least one (1) year before filing the petition for a name change.
Types of courts Basic distinctions must be made between criminal and civil courts, between courts of general jurisdiction and those of limited jurisdiction, and between appellate and trial courts. There are also constitutional, federal, and transnational courts.
By law you are required to apply for a new ID within sixty (60) days of your legal name change coming into effect. In order to apply for your new license, you must present yourself at your local drivers license office with the following documents: Current drivers license.
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By law you are required to apply for a new ID within sixty (60) days of your legal name change coming into effect. In order to apply for your new license, you must present yourself at your local drivers license office with the following documents: Current drivers license.
Cost of a Legal Name Change in Nebraska Caldwell Law charges a flat rate of $600.00 for attorney fees, plus the filing fee and publication costs, which normally run about $125.00, for adult name change requests.
To prove your legal name change, you must show one of the following documents: Marriage document. Divorce decree. Certificate of naturalization showing a new name.
What forms do you need? Form SS-5, an application for a Social Security card. Your legal name change document (marriage certificate or court order) Proof of identity (your current drivers license or state ID)
Cost of a Legal Name Change in Nebraska Caldwell Law charges a flat rate of $600.00 for attorney fees, plus the filing fee and publication costs, which normally run about $125.00, for adult name change requests.

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