Name Change After Divorce Simplified!

Ready to create a new life after divorce? Getting your maiden name back is a great way to kick-start the new you. Don’t waste countless hours on forms and standing in office lines. Let GetYourNameBack.com simplify the name change process so you can focus on the opportunities and challenges of your new life! Get Started


To use our service and file for your name change, you will need a legal name change order. This is the portion of your divorce decree that states that you will be returning to your maiden name, and serves as the legal document allowing your name change on all forms of identification.

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Using your unique email and password, only you can access your information, which is stored in encrypted format. We also use Secure Socket Layer technology to encrypt your data prior to it passing from your browser to our web server. GetYourNameBack.com has passed rigorous security testing and continues to be monitored daily for your safety. Should you still not want to provide certain personal information you always have the option to skip questions and hand-write certain information on your forms.


Step 1: Questions

After you create your account, you’ll go to the Questions Page, where you’ll be asked a series of general questions. Based upon your answers, our intuitive service will ask you other questions based upon the requirements of your state and the appropriate forms.

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Step 2: Forms

Your answers on the Questions Page will be used to complete the appropriate forms, including Social Security, US Passport, State Driver’s License, USPS and State Voter Registration forms, as well as letters to notify your creditors. You’ll be able to preview as they’re completed.

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Step 3: File

Once you have proofread your forms, you can click to print each form and its detailed filing instruction sheet. The instruction sheet includes the order of form submission, fees, required filing documents, office locations/addresses, as well as insider tips on easy filing.