How to Change Names After Divorce


How to Change Names After Divorce

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What proof do I need?

If you're divorced it's super simple to go back to your former name. You are issued with a decree absolute once your divorce is finalised, which is accepted everywhere as proof of your divorce. Occasionally you may also be asked for your birth certificate.

How do I get my name changed?

There's no registration of name changes, simply start using your former name at any time. This may be immediatley after your divorce, or several years down the track. It's up to you to get all your identification, accounts and memberships changed into your former name. 

How do I get all my records updated?

Start by getting government issued photo ID changed, such as your driver's license or passport. Next, get your bank accounts changed over. Most banks and financiancal institutions require you to visit a branch in person so that your new signature can be witnessed and original documents sighted.

The onto all the other companies. On average, divorcees have 14 organisations to inform of their name change. The exact name change process varies between companies. Sometimes you'll need to return a special form, send a letter, a fax or visit a branch.

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