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I guess she just wants her to match in with what she thinks would be 'The Perfect Family' but no families are perfect so what's the problem? I did some research on this myself as I wanted to change my sons surname to mine. If a dad is on the birth certificate he has equal parental rights to the mother regardless of where the child's home is.
I went to court both me and the dad were given a case worker and I had a fight on my hands to get the change but they realised was in my child's best interests and allowed it.Because I had sole custody and sole parental rights, (his dad walked out on us before he was born) I had to sign a statutory declaration stating that I was the only legal parent or guardian.I was told that if his father had shared parental rights or shared custody I would need his dads written consent. If the mother is the only one on the birth certificate then she is most likely the only one with Parental Responsibility (or PR) unless the court has awarded it to the dad too (it can be awarded to guardians if a child is removed and put in their care, but that isn't relevant right now) My DH was not put on the birth certificate by the ex.Otherwise permission needs to be sought from both parents up until a child is 18 to change a name if both named on birth certificate Up until 2003 a mother could name the father on the birth certificate without him being present!From 2003 this changed in that they must be present unless married in which case he doesn't need to be present! Seems sad though that she could change SD name at Schools and Dentists and such though?Hi all, So I have a beautiful SD who's mother is a bit of a nightmare.
She is getting married this year and has a son by her partner.
I can see the mum's point of view really as I've been in similar position and even though its differcult for dads it may be in your SD best interest if that's what she really wants.
she can't legally change the child's name, but there is nothing to stop her asking for her to be 'known as'.
I changed the spelling of my name by literally writing it different as a teenager. Unfair, confusing and too damn annoying to explain every time you go anywhere or fill on a form. hi hun, My mother changed my last name when she married my step father when i was five, not 100% sure how, all i know is theres no depoll papers for it, an my birth farther isnt on my birth certificate...
When it came to been an adult and mother and using my actual spelling I didn't have a single letter, bank card etc to prove it was my name... I know by experience, I also know how easy it is to hide someone's identity, my sisters was kept from her and it caused more problems then having the "perfect" family unit was worth. I doo however know that, my stepdads last name is on my passport an everything ect...
My SD is only with us once a month for a weekend because of my partners work but through CSA he has joint custody and pays monthly child maintenance for her. hey if the father is on the birth certificate it needs both signatures and you would need a birth certificate to prove her last name if you was going to change it with the school (I think) but they are very strict on name changing.