We recommend using your current, unmarried name and signature on your wedding day. This will match the details filed on your wedding license. Of course, you don’t have to change names at all, but about 80% of newlywed couples will experience a name change.
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When can I start?
You can get your name change research and paperwork done at any time. We recommend no more than 3 months before your wedding as procedures and forms can change. You can only send off notifications and request accounts are updated once the official marriage certificate is available. This is generally available to order from your county recorder within 10 working days after your wedding.
Want more information? Read How to Change Names after Marriage for the full rundown.