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Steps to Legally Change Your Name Petition to change your name by filling out a name change form, an order to show cause for legally changing your name, and a decree to legally change your name. Take these forms to the court clerk and file them along with your states required filing fees.
Paralegal-Prepared Adult Name Change$99.95Minor Name Change$119.95
The process requires a $132 filing fee and the cost to publish the name change in a newspaper for two weeks most people subjected to the process estimated their costs will top $200.
Paralegal-Prepared Adult Name Change$99.95Minor Name Change$119.95
The Social Security Administration has its own form which you can get for free. The good folks at SSI will also let the IRS know about the name change, so youre good to go. When you go to the DMV, youll just need to bring the certified copy of the marriage certificate and youll be done.
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In order to a get a court order changing your name or a childs name, you must file a petition in the District Court in the county where you live. After you file your petition to change the name, you will get a court hearing.
You must be fourteen (14) years of age or older. You must have proper and reasonable cause for the requested change of name. You are not changing your name to avoid debts or to defraud creditors or anyone else.
A legal name change is accomplished by submitting a petition to the District Court, publishing notice of your name change, attending a possible court hearing, and receiving a signed court order that authorizes the change. This entire process may take as little as three (3) weeks or much longer, depending on your case.
File a petition If you choose to change your name legally, youll need to file for a name change with your local court. Depending on where you live this could be online or in person.
The name listed on my birth certificate is spelled incorrectly. How do I correct it? o In order to correct the birth record, you must complete an affidavit and provide two or more forms of acceptable documentary evidence* along with your application.

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