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If there's an issue so critical such as whether a woman will take her husband's last name after marriage, it's holding onto the last name or making a decision to drop it off after divorce. It's an issue that most divorced folks talk about especially if the man keeps on complaining that the ex-wife has stuck to the name and has refused to drop it off even after remarrying.

Chances are that the two divorcees might not be seeing eye to eye and apart from discussing their kids, if any; communication is minimized across the board. The man might end up being irritated that the ex-wife is still using his name. Just like anything about divorce being legal the question in most people's minds is whether there are guidelines about this.

However, this does not stop at the divorce level. There are men who might be wondering why the women they have married have refused to drop their last name from a previous marriage. While it might not seem right to some men, sticking to a last name does not really mean the woman is holding on to hopes of remarrying her ex. Love is not involved in keeping a last name or even a maiden name, in particular if an acrimonious divorce was involved. There are newlyweds who are deeply in love but decide to maintain their own names for all kinds of reasons and deeply happy divorcees who refuse to drop their ex's last names for all kinds of reasons.

It is worth noting that after divorce you cannot force an ex-wife to drop her last name except perhaps politely requesting her to do it. Whatever she decides is no longer your business.

As such, there are many reasons you might choose to keep your married name after divorce.

Consistent identity

If a woman keeps the last name of her ex she came to hate and reminds her of a painful part of her past life it must be really worth it. Maintaining a consistent identity is one of the reasons why women justify holding on to the ex's last name. If people had known the woman by that name for over a decade, it makes every sense to stick on to it. At the same time, it's possible that all the academic papers, such as degrees and diplomas earned while still married, were provided with the last name. It is also clear that, professionally, clients and business contacts might be knowing you as Mrs. X and dropping that might bring another whole set of complications.

For instance, Tina Turner in 1975 refused to change her last name after establishing herself, career-wise, with the last name of her husband and keeping it after 13 years of marriage made a lot of sense. Some women believe their time in a past marriage, their investment and input has earned them the name and must be kept.

Children

Children are perhaps the main reason why any mother will maintain a last name after divorce. Any broken marriage that has children might compel the mother to maintain the last name of an ex or a dead husband. Most women cite their children as the reason why they still hold on to the last name since it means they will have the same name as their kids. For some mothers, even a new child in the new marriage ends up with a hyphenated surname combining the last name of the ex with the last name of the new baby's father. At the end of the day, everyone ends up with the last name of the ex.

Changing the last name back is a hassle

Women who have divorced and would like to have a sense of their own identity and forget the man who brought a lot of pain in their lives simply seek to have the last name dropped. However, it becomes clear the hassle involved in changing everything is a tall order, potentially expensive and a long process, especially if changing her maiden name and transforming other items to reflect her married status took a lot of trouble and money.

It means that if you decide to revert to your maiden name you have to remove the last name from your banking information, driver's license, social security card, passport and any other document with the ex's last name. If anyone has gone through this before the reality of going through it again might be reason enough to stick with the ex's last name.

Prestigious name

It goes without saying, a prestigious name is just that, prestigious! If you were married to the Kennedy's, Presley's or any Royal family you already know you have a famous name that can open many doors. It is an esteemed name with a lot of benefits and dropping it off for a normal name that doesn't click anything in the mind once mentioned might not seem very wise. This is why women who have been married to famous people, celebrities, kings, millionaires and presidents among others might not let the name go.

Business reasons

At times, married couples establish so many business relationships using the last name of the husband. Since no one can foresee a future where both of them are separated, it seems logical to support such a decision where the family name establishes businesses. However, in case of a divorce, it makes a lot of sense to maintain the last name of the ex if an established company that has reverted to the ex-wife bears his last name. Companies would lose their standing and good business damaged if the name were to be changed. At the same time, if the customers and business partners know the ex-wife better with the last name of the ex-husband, it makes a lot of sense to maintain that name.

Impossible to let go of former lives

There are times when the woman is not the one who asked for a divorce. She might find it hard for various reasons to just let the last name of the ex go. Chances are she might be emotionally attached and still have feelings for the ex and since no one really knows the future, she might decide to stick with it.

There are cases where the divorce was done in an honest and kind manner and both parties were friendly right through the emotionally wrecking process. At such a case, it might be hard for the woman who did not go through a spiteful separation to just drop her last name, especially if the ex was considerate enough to end the marriage with more than she bargained for.

Fun, unique and exciting

Women have been found to keep their ex's last name for all kinds of reasons. Some women claim that going to their maiden name is a no-no because they did not like their father's to begin with, particularly those whose dads were estranged, drunkards and always absent in virtually all their lives. To such women, the ex's last name is a better prospect, particularly if the divorce was not rancorous. The ex's last name can also be unique, exotic and more fun.

Your last name as the first name

At times, even if you want to change the last name circumstances might force you to stick with it. Apart from keeping the last name for the sake of the kids, business or how exotic and fun it sounds, there are those who might have another reason. For example, a woman in the military may find it easier to stick to their last name because the first name is the last name. You are known by your last name and it's your identity. Dropping it might mean changing your life completely yet unless you leave the military and the country, your colleagues in the military may always refer to you by your last name.

No matter the reason you have for sticking with your ex's last name, it is your right under the law. There are also places where you have to indicate in a divorce decree whether you are keeping the married name or not.

75 Comments

  1. paula lieberman

    I am divorced and would like to change all of my professional documents etc. to my married name. But I do not know what my legal name actually is! It is urgent that I find out, as I am completing my will and need to use my legal name. Neither my ex-husband nor I can locate our marriage license. What should I do to find out, and hopefully be able to use my married name legally?
    thanks,
    paula

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    1. Valera

      Hi Paula. If you've never changed your name before, locate your birth certificate for your name. If you can't find it, you can order a certified copy from your local vital records office. Alternatively, locate your social security card for the name that's on there. That would be the name you'd go by.

      If you A) can't find your social security card, or B) have previously undergone a name change, try contacting your local social security administration office about the name that's on your identity record. If necessary, you can submit an application for a replacement card.

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      1. Ericka Buddy

        Did you even understand her question? She is no longer married to the person whose surname she hope to assume. Is that even legal? It looks like fraud to me.

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        1. Valera

          Hi Ericka. She was asking about how to identify her legal name, which was answered.

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  2. Sherri

    I was born in Canada and living in British Columbia. I married a Swiss man, in Switzerland, where I resided for the past 6 years. I have now returned to Canada and am waiting for a divorce to go through. I have tried to get my BC driver's license reissued, but even with my old BC license, birth certificate, and old passports in my maiden name, plus a new passport in my new name, several papers indicating both my names, including a copy of my marriage certificate, the unsigned divorce papers issued from the Swiss court (in German), and a notarized paper from a lawyer in BC, requested by the Swiss court re: the divorce (in English), they still want the original Marriage certificate, certified and translated into English.

    As I understand it, I can go back to my maiden name at any time, so can I get my driver's license issued with a birth certificate and then change everything back to my maiden name from there, or will I still need the original marriage certificate. I would have to change it at the credit union, on my passport, and my RRSPs. I don't have any credit cards, house or car.

    I appreciate any advice you can give me.

    Sherri

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    1. Valera

      they still want the original Marriage certificate, certified

      In order to fulfill BC's request, have you attempted to order a certified copy of your marriage certificate from the Switzerland civil status office?

      and translated into English.

      You'll need to hire a certified translator to translate your marriage certificate to English. The translator will need to provide you an "Affidavit of Translation."

      As I understand it, I can go back to my maiden name at any time, so can I get my driver's license issued with a birth certificate and then change everything back to my maiden name from there, or will I still need the original marriage certificate.

      You won't need the original marriage certificate. You'll need a certified copy. That or a divorce certificate, which is not yet available as it hasn't been finalized.

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  3. Diamond Pizarro

    Thank you so very much for the advice, this is my first marriage as well as divorce.

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  4. tameka

    Can I keep my hyphenated maiden-married name when I divorce and then add a new name to those if I remarry?

    I want to keep my current maiden and married last name when l divorce and legally add my new husbands name. Is this possible somehow?

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  5. Cassandra

    I was not given a middle name at birth so I have always used my maiden name as a middle name. I have been married twice (and divorced twice) and each time I married I took my husband's last name and kept using it until I married the next husband. I am getting married again and will change my name to my future husband's last name. Will that then be my legal name?

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    1. Valera

      I am getting married again and will change my name to my future husband's last name. Will that then be my legal name?

      Yes, that will be your new legal name.

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  6. Lauren

    Can I just say that these arguments can also be used to justify why you shouldn't change your name when you get married to begin with? Just switch the jargon and it makes sense. Ah, archaic rituals.

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  7. Ted Shepherd

    After my mother and father divorced, she used the name Mrs. Maddox Shepherd. Maddox was her maiden name; Shepherd was her married name. She cited a custom for women after divorce to use a new name made up this way — maiden name and married name. Do you know any documentaion for such a custom? (That custom would have been hard to follow if her maiden name had been, say, Good or German.)

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    1. Valera

      Hi Ted. There's a tradition where some parents intentionally don't specify a middle name for their girls, as it's assumed it'll be dropped and replaced for their maiden name upon marriage. I've not heard much about divorcees doing the same thing. A change such as the one your mother achieved would require a judge agreeing to it during divorce proceedings.

      During the divorce process, most states will typically allow the restoration of a maiden or prior name, while changes to a non-previous middle name aren't guaranteed to be accepted. That's why maiden to middle is more commonly known, due to the ease of which it can be adopted upon marriage.

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  8. Jacklyn

    This article is so true! I kept my married name because of my children and I like it and my father isn't in my life. Plus my most recent child has my ex name too because it's OUR name now and we love it!

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  9. ted

    i think my x kept my last name just to irritate me. she said everyone knows her by my last name which doesnt make any sense because she went back to where she lived before we even knew each other.

    she was threatning to divorce me if i didnt knock down the legal separation. she gave me 3 weeks. i told my counselor to tell her dont bother waiting threee weeks she can start the divorce right away

    i was more less totally ignored for the last 5 years of our marriage so when she left it solved my problem.

    she was gone out witht her friends so much i didnt feel hardly any loss. plus i found out who my real friends were and it wasnt any of the people she drank and threw darts with on friday nite. come home sometime before daylight be hug over saturday go sew with her friends on sunday ..not to menton going to so and so house for an hour then be gone till midnight. she was trying to get to go out for lunch with her after wed worked out the divorce at a mediation session at the court how crazy is that/

    then of course calling me from 1800 hundred miles away to see what temperature thermostat was i the car she took . how stupid is that a mechanic can figure it oout by taking it out and putting a hotter one in. i told her if it was to cold get some cardboard and block off part of the radiator.

    i finally woke up 3 years ago (17 years after the divorce) my life is done im 61 years old got fibromyalgia and diabetes. the cardiologist says he thinks i had a heart attack at some point in my life

    its not so much i try to avoid women life and work took alot of time so now all i got to do is wait to go. i told her id wasted the best part of my life on her and this is what i get. she tells me to never talk to her agin which is funny because shed call me from `1800 miles away to talk after the divorce. i found out in about 20 minutes that her friends were still the most improtant part of her life. i was under the idea that her husband come first but not with her . everybody else then me is the way it went. so i just adopted that as how it is and its worked pretty good .,relationship is at the bottom of the list of prioritys for me now. ive been totally disabled for so long i cant remember when i worked the last time i worked. if i had satellite tv id be almost 100 percent happy .

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  10. Sandra Joy Stella Leckington wana be Yuille

    A judge Awarded me back my Last name of Yuille when I divorced mr Leckington. but I was in a Half way house so they said no cause I was a ward of state, then I got out of half way house on parole they said no cause I was still a ward of state . Now I am not a ward of state but am told I only had 2 years to get name change done, Is there andyone that can help me I dont have money to do all this and I will be going back to school and would like my Yuille name back,

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    1. Valera

      Hi Sandra. I'm not sure who you're referring to when you reference being told no. If your divorce decree restored your maiden name, then you'll need to get a certified copy of it to change your name with the SSA, DMV, etc.

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  11. Sherry Gauthier

    I'm remarried and have my husband's last name– I seriously hate the name nd am referred by my former husband's name. Is it possible to go back to it, as well as family unity with my kids?!

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    1. Valera

      Is it possible to go back to it, as well as family unity with my kids?!

      Yes, you can. But you'll have to petition the court to do so.

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  12. Rosario

    Hi, I've used my first husbands last name, after we divorced i never dropped his name.when i remarried the officiant used my name as it was on my drivers license to indicate under brides name…on the next line he had to indicate birthnames..
    He did ,and next my new last name . ..Now that I need to aquire a new birth certificate I'm having the hardest time .They have many questions and need proof of how I went from one name to another? How can I proof this and what paper work do I need ?

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    1. Valera

      Hi Rosario. You can provide documents showing your name change transition. Your original birth certificate documenting your maiden name. The marriage certificate from your first marriage documenting your name change. Your new marriage certificate showing your new name. They should provide you with a documented list of acceptable identity documents, and not leave it up to you to guess.

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  13. Mary Jane

    How does it affect my credit score, and credit cards, if I went back to my maiden name?

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    1. Valera

      Hi Mary Jane. Going back to your maiden name won't affect your credit score. Name change notifications automatically bubble up to the credit bureaus without your needing to do anything. If you were to pull your credit report, you'll see the different names tied to your identity. This even includes misspellings. This is to make sure your credit history is fully accounted for.

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  14. Nylecoj

    Can I use my new husband's last name as my informal name but still keep my ex-husband's last name as my legal name?

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  15. JustMe

    My sister married a guy for a couple of years, then divorced him because he was "abusive." They had no children. Now, decades later, she is still going by his surname. I don't get it! The only theory I can come up with is that our childhood was so bad she doesn't want to go back to that name. However, I am estranged from our family of origin and she is in pretty tight with them. Again, none of this makes sense to me.

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    1. JustMe

      BTW, I have had a legal name change. It is NOT that big of a deal. All these folks whining about how it's such a hassle, etc… I suppose if you own a lot of property and/or businesses it would be a pain, but for the average person it is not such a huge thing!

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  16. Jill Echevarria

    I am going to be divorcing my second husband, at his request because he has been having an affair and wants a divorce. We have been married almost 17 years but he has never like the idea of a woman keeping her husbands name when there is a divorce. My first husband passed away during our marriage, we were not divorced. Would it be proper to hyphenate my maiden name with my first husbands name or would it be better to just take my maiden name back?

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    1. Valera

      Hi Jill. If that's what you'd prefer, then there's certainly nothing wrong with that. During divorce proceedings you can request the judge include an order to have a hyphenated version of your first husband's name in place. It's not assured anything other than your maiden name will be granted, but you can request it nonetheless.

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  17. Angel

    I have kept an ex's last name, but ONLY because there was a child involved… I personally believe that's the only case a woman should even consider keeping an ex's last name until getting remarried.

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  18. Hardworker

    I married my wife and she wanted to keep her ex husband last name, for me that was totally out of the question, I told he if That was the case then go back to him I will have separations papers done done ASAP, yeah everyone has ther own opinion and mine is nope you take my last name or this will be a short marriage. I pay the bills I pay the health insurance so f*ck that change it or I will walk point blank.

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  19. Tracey

    My husbands ex wife married a Turk and took his name for some things but now she wants to go back to using my husbands name and of course we think it's wrong is there any law against it?

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    1. Valera

      Hi Tracey. Unless there's any attempt to commit fraud or avoid debts, there's no law against it.

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  20. suriena k davidson

    hello i am suriena i for got to tell the lawyer that i want my madem i am divorce now is there any way i can take it back my madem name or no

    suriena k davidson

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    1. Valera

      Hi Suriena. Contact the Clerk of Court where you divorce was finalized. Ask if it's possible for you to restore your maiden name after entry of judgment. Even if your divorce is finalized. some courts have applications and procedures in place to restore a maiden name, even if you did not or forgot to explicitly request it during divorce proceedings.

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  21. Donnie

    My aunt is divorced and has dual citizenship in the USA and overseas. She is required to prove that she is LEGALLY using her ex-husband's last name overseas, as her last name was never changed when she and my uncle divorced. Where can she go to get such proof? The court granting the divorce say they have no document to provide. Thanks for your help.

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    1. Valera

      Hi Donnie. Are you saying she originally did change her name upon marriage and she chose to maintain her ex's name after divorce? Or are you saying she never changed her name to her husband's, and all her documents are still in her prior or maiden name?

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  22. Tonya

    If you divorce but choose to keep your marrie name (due to having kids and all) and remarry, will your name have to be hyphenated using your first married name-second married name?

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    1. Valera

      Hi Tonya. If you choose to hyphenate, most states will allow maiden-second married name.

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  23. Dena Lee Mynar

    I kept my ex husbands last name for my kids(15 years now) Now they are grown and last daughter is getting married. I kept my last name as my middle name and have always signed everything that way.
    I own real estate and a car, am so ready to change my name. Will I have to change everything at the same time or can I wait til things are sold?

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    1. Valera

      Hi Dena. You can do it either way, as there shouldn't be a question of your identity.

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  24. Jess

    I divorced 10 years ago and kept my ex-husbands last name since we have 2 children. They are older now and I want to change back to my maiden name. My divorce decree states that I was to keep my ex-husbands last name as I requested. I am not getting married. What can I do now about changing my name back?

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    1. Valera

      Hi Jess. Since your divorce decree doesn't have an order to restore your maiden name, you will have to petition the court for a name change.

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  25. Renee Lane

    Valera, i have a question….I am divorced and have my divorced papers, I wasnt have to go to my hearing due to where i was residing in and didnt have a ride. On my Divorce papers it has as i am the defendant with my Name Renee Lynn Johnson Lane. okay, i want to know what i can do to go back to my maiden name as Renee Lynn Johnson. On my birth certificate is has Johnson and I have my High School Diploma with Johnson. How can I get my name back. The divorce was in 2003..

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    1. Valera

      Hi Renee. Since your divorce decree doesn't have an order restoring your maiden name, you have two options: 1) Try to contact the court to get it amended, which would be unlikely, but worth an attempt, or 2) Petition the court for a name change, which is a surefire way to restore your maiden name.

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  26. Jane T

    On my divorce papers a name change (back to maiden name) was granted but I never got around to changing it on anything (drivers license, passport, ssi) . I'm getting married soon and was wondering if this will be a problem? Will I have to revert first to my maiden name?

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    1. Valera

      Hi Jane. No, it won't cause you any problems. You don't have to do any intermediary name change.

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      1. Teshia

        I have almost the same question
        I was granted my maiden name back through the court but decided to just keep my married last name. Our divorce was 2 years ago. Will I get charged or get in any trouble just keeping that last name and not going back to my maiden name??

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        1. Valera

          Will I get charged or get in any trouble just keeping that last name and not going back to my maiden name?

          No, you won't get into any trouble. You don't have to return to your maiden name if you've changed your mind and prefer to maintain your married name..

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  27. Maria

    Hi! I wss married for 20+ yrs and I got divorced a year ago. On court I agreed to have my name changed back to maiden name but haven't change it yet. Could there be any problems if I decide not to change it ?

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  28. Inadelle

    My husband and I have married each other twice and are now looking at our second divorce. (Ugh!) The first time we divorced, I kept his last name. This time around, I'd like to go back to my maiden name (after 24 years of having his last name). Our eldest daughter has already married and changed her last name and I expect the same will happen with our youngest daughter too. So, no need to keep it for the kids. Career/professional wise, it wouldn't be a hassle. They would probably expect me to speak Spanish, but that's another story. We own no property together. I would like a new start, even if my credit is still crappy haha. Just my two cents.

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  29. Nikki

    Hi! My mother-in-law's husband of 17 years passed away (they were separated for 10 years of that but never divorced). That was her third marriage. She changed her last name to her 2nd husbands last name, just because her youngest child (Who is a grown man) has that last name. Is this legal?

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    1. Valera

      She changed her last name to her 2nd husbands last name, just because her youngest child (Who is a grown man) has that last name. Is this legal?

      Yes, it is legal.

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  30. Ms Holmes

    hi I am dating a married guy and he is in the process of getting a divorce but the wife told him that she cannot change her married name back to her maiden name is she telling the truth and if she keeps his name will she be able to draw from his Social Security although they are divorced

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    1. Valera

      the wife told him that she cannot change her married name back to her maiden name is she telling the truth

      During divorce proceedings a person can request their maiden name be restored. Such an instruction would be included in the divorce decree by the judge. It's up to the person to request it though.

      and if she keeps his name will she be able to draw from his Social Security although they are divorced

      Yes. The name is irrelevant.

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  31. Iris wharton

    My will is made for my daughter to inherit when I'm gone. She has divorced and reverted back to her maiden name. My will is in her married surname but no mention of her husband. Will she be able to claim her inheritance without me having to alter all of my will to accommodate the original surname. Iris

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    1. Valera

      Will she be able to claim her inheritance without me having to alter all of my will to accommodate the original surname.

      Yes, she will get inheritance, but may have to prove that she previously held the married name. Producing a certified copy of the marriage certificate should suffice.

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  32. Kimberly

    I have read through all the comments and questions but didn't find the following senerio, I am going through a divorce and thought I would just change my last name back to my maiden name (Long) but hated that idea due to father issues. Then, I was thinking of changing my last name to just be my mothers maiden name (Greene). However, since I still have minor children could I do the following: change my last name to use married name (Gaddes) hyphened Mothers maiden name (Greene). It would look like this Gaddes-Greene. I hope this makes sense, thoughts?

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    1. Valera

      Hi Kimberly. That would be at the discretion of the judge. You can put in the request and if it's denied you'll have to file a petition with the court.

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  33. Minerva Navarro

    I have been legally divorced for over 20 years. The divorce decree didn't mention my maiden name of whether i could change it or not. I am remarried and am trying to get a school certification although when I got the same certification years ago it was in my ex married name. Now they are saying legally my name never changed but I'm remarried. They said i need to change my name legally through the courts and it will cost me $250.00. Is there any way around it? I'm very upset. I only have a certain amount of time to get my certification. Plz help

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    1. Valera

      Hi Minerva. If you've remarried, and you've legally changed your name to your new married name, then your current name is your new married name. Your marriage certificate, not divorce decree, is the document you'd use to facilitate your name change.

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  34. Michael

    I've read through many of these comments and most, if not all are from ex-spouses deciding whether or not to change their names or if they'll run into trouble. I'm on the other end…the ex-husband. Our divorce decree states that " …wife, has requested that she shall have her former name of **** *** ******, restored to her." Although she may choose not to change her name back (after 20+ years), I cannot enforce this? This is not binding? I'm in California if this makes a difference. Thank you in advance.

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    1. Valera

      I cannot enforce this? This is not binding?

      It's not enforceable, nor is it binding. It just provides an option for your ex-wife to use, if she so chooses.

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  35. Yvette Thompson

    Hi, my sister was granted her maiden name back, which she used to sign off of the house loan. But she will sometimes use her maiden name and sometimes she'll use her married name. I told her she shouldn't do that. It could get her in the wrong trouble. Am I right, we live in Indiana. or is there a way to find out. Thanks

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    1. Valera

      Hi Yvette. While the divorce decree provided an order for her to restore her maiden name, it doesn't happen automatically. It's not clear if she actually went through the process of legally changing her name back. As for getting in trouble, someone can get themselves in a fine mess if they're using different names to commit fraud or avoid debts. For legal documents, she should be using her legal name (whichever that is). When filling out government forms, job applications, taxes, use the legal name.

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  36. Tracee

    Hi I was married for ten years and am divorced for 30 years I kept my exs last name because of professional licenses I am getting married to another woman who is divorced and kept her married name because of children can I take her exs last name since she kept it

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  37. Khristine

    what would be the benefit to changing my last name to my husband's after he's already asked for a divorce? The name had not been changed after 8 years of marriage, but after a divorce was in the works I was told I should take his last name. I use it publicly on social media but haven't established anything else in that name.

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    1. Valera

      Hi Khristine. The only benefit would be if it satisfies your personal preference. Otherwise, it'll be more work to change it than to keep your current name as-is.

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  38. LaVonne Mitchell

    My elderly stepmother remarried after my husbands Dad died. Her marraige certificate has her new married name on it but she did not change any legal document..drivers license, SS card, trust accounts. etc. She recently had to divorce this man she was married to for 10 yrs. What is her legal name since nothing was changed? She lives in New Mexico and we are having to get our Real ID requirements up to date. Will this be a problem and what is her legal name??

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