How Soon Should I Change My Name?
Whilst it is common for married name change to take place within a few months of a wedding, there is no legal time frame required. A bride can change from their maiden name to their married name years after their wedding. Conversely, you can revert to your maiden name at any time, regardless of your marital status.
The DVLA request you update your driving licence as soon as practical after you get married and decide to change your name. At a minimum you should aim to have all your records and accounts consistently under the one name within 12 months.
If you are changing your name after a deed poll, you need to start using your new name immediately and for all purposes. While this time has not been legally quantified it is reasonable to assume the process of updating all your records and accounts can take up to two or three months. Take hours off your leg work and let Easy Name Change provide all the information you need to have your records updated in one hit, and for around the price of a night out at the movies!
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