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Are you married? and if you are do you have a hypenated last name?  If you do, why or why not?

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      Leadinladytracy wrote Jan 1, 2009
    • Hi!

      Yes I’m married and no my name is not hyphenated. It would just be too long.  

      However my dad was upset that my name did change?? Go figure.




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      Linni wrote Jan 1, 2009
    • after i got married, my daddy passed away 1 month and 2 days later.. so, because i had not changed anything yet, i ended up - my name because of the insurance paper work , and the lawyers office ( daddys stuff ) thats the only reason i did it.. lol




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      Linni wrote Jan 1, 2009
    • i have been divorced almost 10 years now, and i have been thinking about dropping one of my last names! LOL




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      Mz. Queen wrote Jan 1, 2009
    • There are no hyphens in my name, however on my driver’s license they are all listed, in completion, because there are 25 spaces. My maiden name, my childrens last name and my married name now. I only sign my first and current married name.

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      Tuliplady wrote Jan 1, 2009
    • For the most part I go by my current married name.  Went back to my maiden name as soon as I left the first husband.  Couldn’t stand his last name.  Very sorry my kids are saddled with it.




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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Jan 1, 2009
    • Most oriental girls maintain their maiden names as last name even after they are married.  In my case, I changed for no one can pronounce my Chinese maiden name anyway.  Plus a French first name combines with a Norwegian last name capture in a Chinese body, being a Catholic in Utah make me very interesting and ding unique.




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      Maria Louise Van Deuson wrote Jan 1, 2009
    • IF I were to do it all over again, I would have changed my name back to my maiden name after my first marriage, and kept my maiden name when I married my second husband. My name has been changed five times in my life (my first name changed by one letter....long story).

      My name would look weird hyphenated with my husband’s and I would not have kept my previous name since it was my first husband’s name which I kept because I didn’t want my kids to have a different name than mine.




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