Online family law resource, MyFamilyLaw.com, reviews name change kits available on the Web and recommends the package that is superior to the rest.
Online PR News – 04-March-2009 – – In response to the popular legal site’s frequent requests for name change forms, MyFamilyLaw.com (http://www.myfamilylaw.com/library/change-your-name)has recently tested a number of name change kits available on the Web and has approved one for its customers.
People change their names for a variety of reasons, after marriage, after divorce, for heritage reasons, or after adoption. A name change used to be a simple process, but increasingly both government and private agencies have their own forms to fill out to ensure name changes are documented properly.
Jeremy Reither, General Manager of MyFamilyLaw.com, says, "We were always skeptical of the ‘name change kits’ available online, but after trying about half a dozen of those kits (each from a different vendor), we finally found a package that we feel confident about recommending to our clients looking to change their names."
The name change kit recommended by MyFamilyLaw.com drastically simplifies the legal name change process by providing key forms and instructions for notifying government and other agencies about Court Order Name Changes. The kit also contains forms for changing contracts, wills and other legal documents, making it a true time saving resource in the name change process.
More details about the name change kit is available on their website.
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