Question Details: I recently got married and kept my last name, however my husband and I have heard suggestions of how to incorporate his last name to my legal name afterwards. I want to know if is possible to fix my last name before changing all my documents for the legal name given on my marriage certificate?
Yes, you can: you would have to followe the same process that any adult follows if/when they choose to change the name, since every person has a legal right to a name change. Contact the clerk's office of your county's family court for instructions and forms.
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