ANSWERS: 8
  • Good one. No. Too much paperwork and I hyphenated when I got married so now it is very literal - (minus) Andersen. Plus it really pissed my ex off :)
  • Yes I did, and the paperwork was worth it. I did not change it again when I married for the second time either.
  • I've always used my maiden name, through a short-lived marriage, divorce and a long-term (and still going strong) second marriage.
  • I am debating this right now, do I want to have to deal with all of the paperwork, and go back to another name that no-one can pronounce. Also it is also easier not to for the sake of the kids, however if I marry again then it will probably change. Hyphenation in a good idea.
  • I am debating this right now, do I want to have to deal with all of the paperwork, and go back to another name that no-one can pronounce. Also it is also easier not to for the sake of the kids, however if I marry again then it will probably change. Hyphenation in a good idea.
  • Lord no! My maiden name was awful. I went to my Mum's maiden name, pissing off The Ex and my Dad (who I dont speak to) at the same time
  • Yes I did go back, this was due to the fact that I had no kids so there was no reason to keep that "LOSER'S" last name...
  • You sjould not if you have school age children. Everybody should have the same name. Once they grow up go to court and legally change it its not a big deal.

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