Greensburg Name Change Attorneys

Changing your name can be a complicated process. We can assist you in changing your name easily and quickly. Our expert team of Greensburg Name Change Lawyers can assist you or a family member with changing their name.

Westmoreland County Name Change After Divorce

Seeking a name change after a divorce? Our attorneys can help. Once the divorce is finalized, we provide support in resuming your previous name. If you’re considering a name change for any other reason, it’s important to have an experienced Greensburg Name Change Attorney on your side. With our expertise, the process will be efficient and cost-effective, avoiding any unnecessary delays or expenses that can arise from hiring an attorney unfamiliar with local practices. Trust us to make your name change a smooth and seamless transition.

Westmoreland County Name Change Attorney

Simplify the complex process of changing your name with the help of our Greensburg Name Change Attorney Team. In Westmoreland County, adults are required to file a Petition for Name Change to the Westmoreland County Court of Common Pleas. Our experienced team can efficiently and effectively guide you through this process, ensuring quick results at an affordable cost.

To change your name in Greensburg, you will need to follow a specific process, as outlined in Pennsylvania law. Below you will find a step-by-step guide on how to change your name in Pennsylvania:

  1. Determine your eligibility: In Greensburg, you must be 18 years of age or older to legally change your name without your parent’s consent. You will need a parent or legal guardian to make the name change request on your behalf if you are under the age of 18.
  2. Get fingerprinted so that a background check can be obtained. 
  3. Submit a Verified Petition for Name Change. Our Greensburg Name Change Lawyers will gather all essential information for the filing. Make sure you submit correct and complete information.
  4. File the Petition: Your Greensburg Name Change Lawyer will file the Petition for Name Change and pay the filing fee with the Department of Court Records.
  5. Publish Notices: Publish a notice of your name change in two local publications in general circulation. This is usually required to notify the public about your intention to change your name.
  6. Attend the Name Change Hearing: Your Greensburg Name Change Lawyer will give you notice of your name change hearing following the publication of the notice and any required waiting period. The hearing will take place as scheduled, and you and your attorney will be present to address any questions the judge may have and to provide an explanation of your name change.
  7. Obtain the Court Order: When the judge grants your request for a name change, he or she will issue a court order approving the name change. We will request a certified copy of the court order from the Department of Court Records.
  8. Update your identification and records: You can use the certified copy of the court order to change your identification documents, such as your driver’s license, Social Security card, passport, and any other important documents. Contact the appropriate agencies to learn about the exact process for changing your name on each document.


Our team can also help transgender and non-binary individuals with name modifications. The process for changing your name is almost identical to that described above; however, your Greensburg Name Change Lawyer can request that the Court seal the online docket so that no records are visible by the public on the Department of Court Records website, and request a waiver of the publication requirement.

Contact an Experienced Lawyer

Consult with an attorney to ensure you get the most accurate and up-to-date information for your individual situation. Our Greensburg Name Change Attorneys provide free consultations for all name changes. Call us at 724-832-2499 for a free first consultation today. Alternatively, you can contact our Greensburg Family Law Attorneys by chat or email.


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