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In order to change your names here are the rules of Washington State
Applications for Name Changes may be filed in the county where you reside. The process consists of completing a Petition for Name Change and an Order for Name Change. The original Petition is filed with the clerk in any district court
division located within the county of your residence. Photo ID may be required. If a sealed name change is required, the petition must be filed with the Superior Court.
Name Change fees vary depending upon the number of persons named on the Petition. The King County District Court fee for name changes is $110 which includes the $53 filing fee, a $10 administrative cost, a $42 recording cost per named individual and one certified copy. Additional certified copies are $5 per copy.
Once the Petition has been completed, the case will be presented to a judge for approval and signature.
If you were born in Washington State and wish to change your birth certificate, you must send certified copies of all the paperwork to:
Department of Health
Center for Health Statistics
P.O. Box 9709
The Court will record your Name Change with the King County Recorder's Office. Only the Order needs to be recorded. Recording takes 6 to 8 weeks and a copy with the Recorder's Number will be returned to you.
Name Change Filing and Hearing Schedule
if you go to http://www.kingcounty.gov/courts/DistrictCourt/NameChange.aspx
- and scroll down to the bottom of the page you will find the appropriate forms for what you need!
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