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This procedure also applies to hyphenating the child’s last name with both parent’s names. If you want to change the child’s last name to that of either parent’s name and there is a second parent listed on the birth certificate, you need to follow the same procedure as in section one above. If you want to change the child’s last name to the currently listed parent’s maiden surname, and there is no second parent listed on the birth certificate, and the currently listed parent was not married to anyone during her pregnancy, the currently listed parent can appear before a judge of the district court in any Kansas county and complete a called a VS211. We will also need additional information on the father/parent 2: full name, date of birth, place of birth, race, highest grade level and Social Security number (if he or she has one).Once we have the request, we will review it to make sure that the court order is in compliance with state statutes and regulations.We also need a notarized statement requesting the amendment.
Once the form has been completed at the courthouse, the clerk will mail it to our office.
If there are two parents listed on the birth certificate, then both parents need to sign the notarized statement. Answer: The answer is the same whether we are amending a parent's date of birth or place of birth.
Please provide us with two documents dated at least five years ago to verify the correct information.
At that time, we will notify you if additional documentation and/or fees are needed.
Note: if the court order does not specifically change the child’s name, the child’s name will remain as it is on the current birth certificate, . You are not required to have an attorney to appear before the judge and there is no court cost.
Examples of these documents can be the hospital birth record, doctor or school record.