Many women want to get their maiden name, or a previous name, back after a divorce. In order to accomplish this, your Dayton divorce lawyer will request the name change in the intitial divorce proceedings. After the divorce is final, the Court will issue an entry, either separately or as part of the final decree, that restores the party to their maiden name. A certified copy of that Court order can then be used to change the name with the Social Security Administration, the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles, banks, 401k accounts, voter registration, etc.
A name change can occur outside of divorce litigation. For questions or information about your situation, and/or to schedule a free consultation please contact your please contact your Dayton family lawyer at Helen Wallace, Attorney at Law today by clicking on the preceding link, by e-mail to email@example.com or by telephone to (937) 654-6800.
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