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Need help with Change of Name Deeds?

For various reasons, both adults and children may consider changing their names.  Following a divorce, some people choose to revert to a previous or maiden name. If remarrying, a parent may wish to change their child’s name to that of a new husband or partner.

What is a Change of Name Deed?

A Change of Name Deed is a stand-alone document giving formal recognition to your new name which we can draw up for you for a fixed fee.

Here at Spratt Endicott we believe in convenient and competitively priced legal solutions to your problems.

That’s why we offer a fixed price solution for changing your name. We guide you through the process of changing your name or that of your child, providing you with as much or as little legal support as you may require.

Please telephone or email us for more information. Alternatively click here to submit your enquiry.

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For more information please email Patrick Mulcare pmulcare@se-law.co.uk. Alternatively you can contact us by telephone on 01295 204000.

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