The state of Colorado has several different petitions to change your name.
Each of these petitions have more than one legal form that must be filled out and submitted to the court. This process can be difficult. It is not always clear what forms need to be filled out.
That is where Colorado Name Change comes in. Our site is created to help walk Coloradans through the name change process using guided interviews. At the end of the process the site creates complete legal documents that you file with the courts. We will guide you fully through the process from the start to finish.
Adult under the age of 70
Adult over the age of 70
Name restoration following a divorce
Minor under the age of 18
Name change for adults or minors that have committed a felony
There are other forms that need to be filled out to update the applicant’s name.
These forms are also important to the process. But they cannot be updated until the main name change petition itself has been completed with the courts.
We can also help update your gender on these forms if needed. Anyone can update the gender on their Colorado driver’s license and birth certificate. Federal documents are tougher. But we can also help you update these if you have completed or are getting treatment to transition from one gender to another.
This website is created by A2J Forms LLC. This website does not constitute legal advice and is provided as-is without any warranty or guarantee. Although an attorney is not required to successfully update your name or gender marker, you may want to seek legal guidance from a licensed attorney.