Tim Blankenship here with Divorce661.com. And what we’re talking about in this video is if you requested to restore your maiden name, in your divorce and you get your judgment finalized by the court.
Say, you know, it’s March 2022,but you have travel plans in September or sooner or later, doesn’t matter. And you get this court order saying, you know, you can now restore your maiden name. We’ve had this come up twice now with our clients.
They’re asking, do I have to run out and get this done quickly? Go Get my name changed. My driver’s license, social security card, and then change all the information on my travel plans, and the answer is no, just because you have a court order to restore your maiden name, doesn’t mean you need to run out and do it within any particular time.
Some people do it, 10 years later and that’s totally fine. They wait till their kids turn 18,and then they use that order to restore their maiden name. Tim Blankenship. Divorce661.com. Hope you’re having a great day. Talk to you soon.