To get a legal name change completed in Gwinnett County, Georgia, contact us and we will take care of your case in 3 easy steps.
Step One – We will prepare and file the Name Change Petition, Verification form and Notice of Publication within 24-48 hours of being hired in most cases.
Step Two – We will submit the Notice of Publication to the Gwinnett Daily Post so they can begin to publish the notice of name change as soon as possible to satisfy the state requirement of having the notice in the paper for 4 consecutive weeks.
Step Three – We will finalize the name change process by obtaining a final order from the assigned judge either by filing a motion with the court or having a hearing before the judge. We will then assist you in obtaining all the certified copies of the final order that you need in order to have your legal name changed with the social security administration, Georgia Department of Driver Services, etc.
The Name Change Process in Gwinnett County and the Atlanta metropolitan area
If you need to legally change your name then please contact me to discuss your situation and also refer to my previous article on the process of legally changing your name in Gwinnett County and the 7 Top Reasons to Legally Change Your Name.
If you live in Gwinnett County or in the Metro-Atlanta area and are considering a name change please contact Douglas W. Lewis at Lewis Law, LLC, by filling out and submitting the request form found on this page, or by calling our office at 770-682-3765 for a free initial phone consultation. Our office is located at 154 Stone Mountain Street, Lawrenceville, GA 30046. Client reviews can be found on Mr. Lewis' Google page, Avvo page, and on his website.
Doug Lewis is a Lawrenceville-based Family Law attorney who for over twenty years has handled cases involving divorce, legitimation, paternity and child custody, name changes, personal injury, criminal defense, juvenile court, civil litigation and estate planning matters in the Gwinnett County and Metro-Atlanta area including Barrow, Walton, Jackson, Hall, Forsyth, Dekalb, Cobb and Fulton counties.