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I am afraid not. MN does not allow you to change the name on the birth certificate from the actual biological father, since he IS the biological father. If you seek to have your new husband to take over parental duties officially, the easiest way to go about doing so is to file a Petition for Guardianship
in Court so he'd become a legal guardian of her, receiving all the rights and duties of a parent. You may find the petition at legalzoom.com or uslegalforms.com, or perhaps have an attorney represent you/him.I hope you found my answer helpful, and if so please click on the ACCEPT button. This is the only way for me to get credit for my work; I receive no credit for my time with you unless you press ACCEPT.
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