Can a mother ADD the last name of her husband to sons name without consent of biological father??
I was never married to his father and he is not on the birth certificate. I want only to add my husband last name to his name and not take away his bio fathers last name.
Probably not, but you could change your name to match them both by hyphenation.
That's a legal matter. I wouldn't take just anyone's answer. And rules may vary from state to state. But if the biodad's name is not on the birth certificate - why not?
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