I had a question about a spelling discrepancy on my wife's
I had a question about a spelling discrepancy on my wife's birth certificate - her first name is ***** ***** with an extra letter that she has never used... and I'm wondering if this is going to require a legal name change to fix the discrepancy so she can get a passport?JA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: New York State, Erie CountyJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: No, not yet - she's been trying to check with school/church to find records of elementary and baptismal records with no luckJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: The school records were in a building that burned down in 1979, and the catholic church can't seem to track down the records of her baptism
How do I change my birth name to the name I have been using
How do I change my birth name to the name I have been using for over 40 yrs? Trying to take a cruise and they require that your birth cert. and DMV match in order to come back into the US.JA: Regulations vary from place to place, so can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: CalifJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: no I haven't started the process. Just need to know how to startJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
I am trying to figure out how do I know if I have residency
I am trying to figure out how do I know if I have residency established in Missouri to file a name change there, and how long does the process usually take?JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No
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I need help changing my name in my in my credit report. When
I need help changing my name in my in my credit report. When it is run, it brings up old name. I had it legally change in 1995. I have copy's of the decre eJA: What state is this in? And when did the issue begin?Customer: It was changed in California, I live in Texas. It started two months ago at a store.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: I sent copies to the 3 credit companys.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Almost all accept it, even the Army. They have me listed as. Mr Jenkins.
I need an attorney that understands New York State Non
I need an attorney that understands New York State Non Profit organization law. Our organization the Western New York Pioneer League wants to change the name of the group to the Genesse Valley Revitalization Guild. The form to use for that purpose is on line with the New York State Dept. of State. It is very confusing as to how to fill it out. I called the state office and they said that they are not in the position to help me fill it out. They suggested that I talk with an attorney about the matter. Here is the link on the form that has to be filled out. http://www.dos.ny.gov/corps/nfpcorp.html#damendPlease advise.Al Jamison
My daughter enrolled at Algonquin College as Ashley, then
Hi, my daughter enrolled at Algonquin College as Ashley, then decided to change her name to Ashton (she's seeking gender re-assignment). Algonquin changed her name to Ashton without a legal name change document. Now I am unable to get the RESP money for her because it's under Ashley but the school doesn't have Ashley registered. What's my best course of action here?
I want to change my last name to my maiden name. I am
I want to change my last name to my maiden name. I am required by the Colorado Law that I have completed the fingerprint cards to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and FBI. I received the letters from them. CBI states that I have a clean record in Colorado. FBI says in the letter, "A search of the fingerprints provided by this individual has revealed prior arrest data at the FBI. This does not preclude further criminal history at the state or local level." I was surprised and I read next pages. I truly forgot about my past. I was a teenager when I was arrested for shoplifting in 1975 in Rochester, New York and charged as theft. It was misdemeanor and I completed the charge. I think I paid the fine. In 1978 I was arrested in Austin Texas for shoplifting (with my friend) and I was charged theft. (Charge 1) That is it. It does not say if it was completed. I am very upset and I forgot about my past. I don't remember if I did pay the fine, but I remember that my late husband told me that he paid the fine for me because I did not have a job at that time. I don't understand what FBI says above. Will they arrest me or what? Will it be a problem if I go ahead to the court in Denver and pay $100 to change my last name to my maiden name? Will it hurt me if I apply for a part time job if I change it to my maiden name?