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Name change back to maiden name after 7 years of divorce.

Detroit, MI |

I want to change my legal name back to my maiden name. I have been divorced for about 7 years. I need the cheapest way to change name.

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It should be free wtih a motion to court.

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Since it has been so long since your Judgment of Divorce was entered, you will have to file a Name Change Petition. Google "PC 51 Michigan Court Form" on-line, and you should be able to pull the form for free to fill-out and file with the Family (Circuit) Court. If you found my response helpful, please mark it as so when responding. I wish you all the best of luck. Warmest regards, Matt Catchick.

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Howard M Lewis

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great counsel

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Unfortunately, you will have to file a Petition for Name Change in the Wayne County Circuit Court.

Neil M. Colman
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