So, I found out and see that others have been reading…so. You have to include the intent to change your name in both the Complaint and in the Judgment. This site is very helpful in understanding name changing procedures. ncsu.edu/stud_affairs/legal_ … geinfo.htm
Greetings. I am glad that you found out how to do this off the website. Good luck with your divorce. Thank you.
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I am filing an absolute divorce. Where do I include the petition to resume my maiden name. I see that somewhere on this site it said it needs to go in the complaint. Other states use a Petition document. Is there a form somewhere? Please help.