You can change the child's patronymic by writing an application to the civil registration department at the place of residence or at the place of registration of the child's birth. It is required to collect a package of documents and obtain notarial permission to change the patronymic of both parents. If one of the parents is deprived of parental rights, the permission of the guardianship and guardianship authorities is additionally required. If one of the parents does not agree to change the patronymic, a court decision. Often the court denies the right to change the child's patronymic.
It is necessary
- - child's birth certificate
- - passport of a child from 14 years old
- -notarial permission from both parents
- - permission of the guardianship authorities if there is no second parent or he is deprived of parental rights
- -judicial decision if the other parent does not consent
A child can independently change his patronymic when he reaches the age of 16. Up to 16 years old - only with the permission and application of the parents.
There are no problems with changing the child's patronymic if the child's father changed the name.
Contact the registry office and write a statement that you want to change the child's patronymic. In the application, indicate the child's full name, home address, citizenship. Write what patronymic you need to write down after the shift. Describe the reason for the change in middle name.
Attach your documents and child's birth certificate or passport from 14 years old and copies of documents.
You need a notarial permission to change the middle name from you and from the second parent. If the other parent is deprived of parental rights or there is a dash in the column of the other parent, then you will receive permission to change the patronymic from the guardianship and guardianship authorities.
If permission is not obtained from the other parent, attach a court order for permission to change the child's patronymic.