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Changing Surname

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1 Changing Surname on Tue Mar 01, 2011 10:43 pm

midnightsolitaire


Arresto Menor
Good pm Atty! Question: How do we change a son's last name to his mother's surname? The mother is not married. Her live-in partner is an american citizen and the child is only 3 mos old. The guy hurts the mother. Can this be a basis for the mother to have her child's surname be changed? How long will this take to process? Thank you so much!

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2 Re: Changing Surname on Wed Mar 02, 2011 5:14 pm

attyLLL


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this is a question that is asked often, and the answer is that there is no law that tackles it. The process is to file a petition for change of name with the court, but there is no guarantee whether it will be allowed. All the matters you mentioned are not grounds for change of name.


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