Law Costly For Woman Who Want To Keep Maiden Name

(Pierre, SD) — A law passed this year in South Dakota will be costly for women who want to keep their maiden name as their middle name after they’re married. People who want to change their middle name after they’re married will have to pay 70-dollars and publish the change in the newspaper. The law was passed to let people change their last name when they receive their marriage license, but it left out an option to make it easy for people to also change their middle names.

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