If you have the time to plan for divorce, separation, or a custody action, it is an excellent idea to seek legal advice well in advance of any legal papers being filed and/or a residence being changed.
Advanced planning for divorce, separation
and custody can give you insight into what may lie ahead, what pitfalls to avoid, and a clearer picture to plan for your future. Schedule an appointment with Lori Gardiner Kreglow, Esquire to discuss and make plans for divorce, separation, and custody so that you can navigate ahead with fewer surprises.
There are many situations in life when a name change is necessary or requested for a particular reason. A name change involves filing very particular papers, following very particular legal steps, and having a court hearing in most cases, unless you want to resume your maiden name.
In the event you are thinking about changing your name, that of your child, or resuming your maiden name, let us discuss what might be involved in this process. It is important to be aware that social security needs actual legal documentation prior to changing your name on their records."