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When my baby was born, we couldn't decide on a middle name, and now we want to add one. How can we do that in the state of Texas?
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You may be able to amend the birth certificate. Check this website for instructions:
I agree with Teri! It's the easiest way to start. Both parents would need to sign to amend the original birth certificate.
If they refuse, you would need to do a name change. It can be done but it costs $$ and takes awhile.
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