marriage and name-changing
cjfuller at mindspring.com
Wed Sep 3 14:02:15 EST 1997
In article <340D95AD.6A3F at texas.net>, Susan Laredo <nospam at texas.net> wrote:
>Haven't seen any debates about name-changing in quite a while.
>I'm planning a (U.S.) wedding in the spring. I always assumed that I
>*wouldn't* change my last name, but now I'm giving at least a little
>consideration. One other idea that came up was to continue to use
>my current name professionally and a married name socially. While the
>idea of two identities has some appeal, it seems like a paperwork
>I also thought of using Firstname M. Lastname Newlastname because I
>don't really want to be hyphenated.
>Anyone care to comment on their experiences?
The partner-in-crime and I aren't married yet. It'd be difficult for me
to change my name because of all of the publications I have as Cindy J.
Fuller. Hyphenation is not an option because he has too many letters in
his last name. (These computer forms are notorious for only having so
I also get a giggle about the telemarketers who call for Mrs.
Vrieslander. First off, they usually can't pronounce it. Since his
father remarried, there are 2 Mrs. Vrieslanders-however, they're both in
Florida. Although I do get steamed when the telemarketers ask for Mr. or
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