Archive for September, 2015

Child Naming and Subsequent Child Name Change In the Absence of Consent From a Parent

Section 382 of the Florida Statutes is a guide for parents in the naming of their child(ren). For example, the requirements on naming a child differ, depending on whether the parents are married or unmarried. Section 382.013(2), Florida Statutes (2015). If a mother is married at the time of birth, the mother and father whose

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