Physical Address

304 North Cardinal St.
Dorchester Center, MA 02124

Where Do I Go To Change My Childs Name?

You need to apply to the Royal Courts of Justice to get a deed poll. It costs over forty dollars. The process for changing a child’s name is different.

Where Can I Get A Free Name Change?

You can sign the petition in front of the public. You may be required to pay a small fee depending on the business policy of the bank or credit union in which you are employed. When you file your petition, a clerk of the circuit court can provide this service.

Are There Any Restrictions On Changing Your Name?

There may be restrictions on what you can change your name to, including but not limited to: Changing your name with fraudulent intent, such as to avoid creditor or arrest

Where Do I Go To Change My Name In Florida?

You will get a new driver’s license from the DHSMV. If you want to change your name on your voter registration, you can either do it online at the Florida Department of State website or in person at the County Supervisor of Elections office.

How Do You Change Your Name On Facebook?

You can enter any name. The name you choose will be shown in brackets after your Facebook profile name. My Facebook profile would say Harry Guinness. If you change your name, it will be added to your Facebook profile.

How Can I Get My Friendster Account Back?

Go to every junkyard and e-waste facility in northern California, hope you can find enough of the recycled friendster server to recreate it, find a colocation facility and the money to pay for it, and realize that the service was a millimeter from falling over.

Where Do I Find My Friendster User ID?

The default URL is http://profiles.friendster.com. Friendster groups are on Friendster.com. Some thought. I don’t have reason to question a former employee. Mr. Mendoza says photos have been removed. You should have a backup of your data.

What’s The Best Way To Change Your Name?

If you want to change your name for reasons other than marriage or divorce, you need to first file a petition with the court.