Change Your Name Due To Religion

In Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Island

It is not uncommon for one to find themselves desiring to bear a name more congruent with their religious or spiritual ideologies. While some choose to augment their current name, for example adding a middle name, others choose to adopt an entirely different name in accordance with their faith.

Regardless of your faith, religion, spiritual ideology, or other belief system, you can count on the attorneys at the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg PLLC to guide you though the legal name change process with due sensitivity and care. We understand that people are changing their names for a multitude of reasons which may be very personal to them. We do not expect our client's to fit into a pre-determined mold, and as such, we take the time to understand our client's needs and customize the representation accordingly.

Name Change Lawyers NYC

If you're unfamiliar with the New York City court system and the process for legally changing your name, it can be helpful to have a lawyer by your side to navigate through the process of completing the name change petition, attaching all necessary documents and affidavits, and having it filed accordingly. The costs are usually well worth the peace of mind that comes with hiring an experienced legal team.

For help with getting a name change due to religious reasons, contact the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg PLLC at (888) 301-0584.

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