Verifying a Full Name Change With Cryptography

Marriage, Name Changing and Mathematics

Almost all, if not every, traditional legal document requires a signature from an appropriate authorized person. The signature of the authorized person makes the document legal and serves as an agreement between the two parties. A digital certificate is a digital reference that provides information about the identity and other supporting information. Cryptography provides support for the full name change certificates by including the cryptograph public key of the individual identified in the certificate. [Read More]

Changing Your Name in New York

Important Pointers for New Yorkers

In New York, all residents have the right to change and choose whatever name desired. However, minors, children and inmates are exempted from changing names. For under 18, parents or guardian are required to petition on their ward’s behalf and are also expected to show the judge that the name changing is of the wards’ best interest. All states have laid out a process to ensure a legal name change. [Read More]

Full Name Change vs. Married Name Change vs. Legal Name Change

Comparing the Different Name Change Types

An official name changing starts at the state, where people have to complete the steps of marriage or legal name change in their state of residence. Once the steps at the state level have been completed, the person can request a name change for the federal level elements, such as the social security card. It is unlikely that financial institutions and government agencies will recognize the change unless the change is a full name change. [Read More]

Changing Your Name with a Court Order

Understanding the Requirements

The most important thing to do as someone trying to change their name with a Court Order is to fully legally change your name. In the United States, legal change of names differ from one state to another but the process governing the change is quite similar. This post will take you through the main steps of name changing process in United States. Choose and decide on a new name. [Read More]

How to Change Your Name

Understanding the Process

There are several reasons an individual may want to change his or her name. It’s mostly due to marriage, dissociation from a family/ religion or to make it more “catchy”. In United States, a person can adopt any name desired for any reason either formally or informally. Most states in US allows you to change your name simply through usage by introducing yourself using the new name and telling your friends and family to only call using the new name. [Read More]

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