The court is usually willing to accept a name change for almost any good reason. However, the issuance of a name change application is decided by the Court. For a name change order/decree/judgment to be issued, the Court must see compliance with the notice requirements and requirements for the allegations in the petition. The court must also find a good and sufficient reason for the change, find the change in the public interest, and if the name change is for a minor, the change is due to minors’ best interests.
There are a few reasons somebody might need to change their name, regularly after marriage or separation. The cycle of legitimately changing your name for the most part incorporates appealing to change your name and using your new name.