Name: reassumption of a previous name after dissolution of marriage Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

A spouse who carries a married name may, after the dissolution of the marriage (divorce or death of the other spouse), revert to his or her maiden name or the surname carried until the determination of the married name. Children from this marriage who bear the married name as their maiden name cannot join the name change.

Current certified copy of the marriage register, if the register is not kept at the registry office where the declaration is madeFinal divorce decree or death certificateValid identity card or passport



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The declaration can be made either at the registry office of residence or at the registry office where the marriage was contracted. If the declaration is made at the registry office of residence, a certified copy of the declaration is forwarded to the marriage registry office. The declaration of re-admission becomes effective when processed at the registry office where the marriage was contracted.
The relevant declarations must be made in person at the registry office.