Your legal right to change your child's last name does not depend on your
custody arrangement. Even if you have sole legal and physical custody, the court
You must have legal custody of your child to ask for a name change. ... If you do
not know the other parent's current address, send it to the last known address.
Both parents agree to file together. Only one parent is filing for a name change.
You are the child's guardian. Currently involved in a family law case. If you are ...
How To Change Your Name. By Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. Introduction.
Changing your name is a relatively simple procedure that can usually be done ...
Mar 21, 2016 ... How to Ask the Court to Change the Name of Your Minor Child. Under the Age of
... three years, the matter will be transferred to the Family Part.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FLORIDA SUPREME COURT APPROVED FAMILY LAW ...
change of name for your child(ren) because of an adoption or paternity action ...
Child's Name Change and Instructions (English & Spanish) ... Who can use these
forms to change a child's name? ... Last Review and Update: Jun 23, 2015 ...
Jun 9, 2016 ... The procedure for legally changing the name(s) of a minor child or .... other
parent at the address last provided to the Clerk of the District Court.
A name change for a child is simple, if the birth certificate was issued in ... Court
must also consider the ties between the child and the parent's extended family.
Traditionally, courts ruled that a father had an automatic right to have his child
keep his last name if he continued to actively perform his parental role. Although