Just a question regarding usage of your surname if you've not purchased a home, or vehicle, during your marriage, etc.
Many entertainers use a "professionally known as" name for performing, and their legal name for ownership of property. Use of a "pka" is mostly for creative reasons, and use of a legal name (whether a married name or not) can be advantagous for its relative privacy.
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The major issue with regard to illegality is whether you are using another name with the intent to mislead or defraud someone. It would be wise to at least use your legal name on contracts and documents regarding purchase or sale of real property, as well as documents submitted to governmental agencies.
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