Recent Posts in Name Change Category

  • How can I legally change my name?

    || 18-Sep-2018

    A person can have their name changed for nearly any reason, assuming there is no intent of committing fraud or other illegal act. People change their name for various reasons, spanning from marriage and divorce, to religious reasons, gender changes, or simply because they want a new name. Regardless of your personal impetus to obtain a legal name change in New York City, the process will generally ...
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  • How to Change Your Name in New York

    || 12-Sep-2018

    There are plenty of reasons why someone might wish to change their name at some point in their lives. The most common reason people do so is because of marriage and wishing to take their spouse’s name as their own. However, sometimes people become divorced and no longer wish to have that name any longer. In other cases, people simply don’t like the name they’re born with because ...
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  • Name Change Lawyers in NYC - Flat Fees!

    || 15-Dec-2017

    Interested in changing your name? Live in NYC? Our lawyers can help! Navigating the courts can be confusing, or downright scary, to a person that lacks experience.The last thing anyone wants is to go through the process, just to find out that they haven't properly completed the forms or fulfilled a procedural requirement. Our law firm can handle the complexities of the name change process, ...
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