How To Legally Change Your Name

Though it may seem that it is very easy to change your name legally, it is not so in reality. It is only that in case of marriage or divorce, changing your name becomes quiet an easy affair. This is because the process has been accelerated in such cases and you are given legal name change forms at the time you are getting married or taking a divorce.

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But in case you want to change your name legally for any other reasons except above two, the process will be quiet complicated and slow. Many people believe that every American should be given the right to legally change his name in a quick and easy manner but it has been rather a tough affair to do so. You are required to cover a vicious circle of formalities to have a change in your name.

You have to fill out multiple forms in order to change your name in a legal way. Sometimes, you may have to face a judge before the legal name change is done. Also, you may be required to get an approval from him on your name change issue. You may also have to put an ad in a newspaper declaring that you are going to change your name. The process may take weeks or even months along with a good amount of fees.

If you are seeking help in order to change your name legally, all you need is to contact us and bank upon us. We assure a simple and quick legal process to help you to change your name in a legal manner.

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