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Changing your name after you get married is an old tradition that has been in practice for many years.Usually, a wife takes her husband's surname, but the reverse of this, and many other variations are also possible including changes of title.Meshing their surnames provides a solution to this problem. This can easily be done at the same time since ‘meshing' of surnames requires a Deed Poll.For example if Jane Johnson married Michael Francis they may mesh their surnames to become Mr. Alternatively, they could use ‘Jones-Morgan', depending on their personal preference, and which combination sounded better.In order to double-barrel the surname, a Deed Poll can be used.For example, if Jane Jones married Matthew Morgan she would be known as Jane Morgan or Mrs. However in common usage you will find that most would address you (incorrectly) as Mrs. It is also possible for a man to also take his wife's previous surname as a middle name which would allow both couple to share the same middle name and surname. This will allow you to get your personal records changed into your new name, including the name on your passport.In thisexample, Matthew Rose would then become Matthew Williams Rose. If you have a particular reputation at work or just want to keep your maiden name to avoid confusion with contacts, you may decide not to alter your professional work name.

Even if you choose not to change your surname to that of your husband, you may wish to change your title.

The process involved in this is different to that when a woman takes her husband's name.

You can simply start using your wife's surname after your marriage but this is not sufficient if you want to formally change your name.

Having both the husband and wife operating under the same surname is the most convenient option when making financial, legal and social agreements.

If children are also involved this is particularly advantageous.

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