We understand that a divorce process can be tough. You probably want to revert back to your maiden name after going through the process. We are here to help you change your last name after divorce.
As you know, Colorado Name Change ends the name change confusion. We verify your situation and create the correct documents for you! We will also walk you through filing and completing your name change with the court.
First of all: there are two moments where you can file your name change:
You will have ready your JDF 1824 Verified Motion and Affidavit for Name Restoration After Dissolution of Marriage/Civil Union or Legal Separation to file in the court where the decree for dissolution of marriage/civil union or legal separation was entered. This can be done at any time after a decree has been entered in your case.
Besides, you will have ready your JDF 1825 Order for Name Restoration After Dissolution of Marriage/Civil Union or Legal Separation along with JDF 1824. We fill only the information in the caption (that is the information to be filled out). The court will fill out the rest.
Please note: If you file for a name restoration within 60 days after the divorce decree has been signed there is no filing fee, plus our service is for free!
Afterwards, we can help you out with changing your name on legal documents (social security card, passport) and other organizations.