Learn How to Change Your Child’s Name with Bryan Fagan’s eBook
There are many reasons you may want to change your child’s name, and if both parents agree, the process can be quick and painless. If one parent wishes to change their child’s name, and the other parent disagrees, however, the whole process can become more complicated, and you may need to attend a court hearing to seek resolution.
Whether you want to help your child change their legal name, adjust your child’s birth certificate, or help your child adjust to a new family with a new last name, our Child Name Change eBook may be of value to you.
In the eBook, Bryan Fagan discusses:
- The process of changing a child’s name
- Who can request to change a child’s name
- Valid reasons for changing a child’s name
- Consent to name changes
- The issue of paternity
- Father’s rights
- The birth certificate
- The legal significance of being present at your child’s birth
- The court system
- And much more
If your child is 10 years of age or older, they must consent to have their name changed. Often, courts will honor a child’s consent even if both parents do not agree on the name change. This is just one helpful fact you will learn when you read Attorney Fagan’s eBook.
Download our Child Name Change eBook for free by completing the form at the bottom of this page.
Once you have an overview of how changing your child’s name works, you may want to ask unique questions and discuss the specifics of your case with a qualified family law attorney. The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC is available to help.
For personalized and focused representation and a free, confidential consultation, please call our firm at (281) 810-9760 or contact us online today.