The ECtHR ruled on Tuesday that legally obligating married women to use their husband's last name
violated two articles of the European Convention on Human Rights: Article 8, which guarantees the right to respect for private life; and Article 14, which bans discrimination.
Would the child feel any embarrassment because s/he has a different last name
than the parent that the child lives with?
After the question is popped, the Facebook statuses are changed, and a gay couple decide to put a ring on it, there's another issue they must tackle: their last names
If a married couple wishes to share a last name
, then, the woman must change hers.
County-issued marriage license applications and state-produced domestic partnership certificates would be amended to allow couples or individuals to jot down any last name
they wish to adopt.
Because the voter has the same last name
as a prominent local politician in the area, the expectation is that the call will get priority attention.
When I first discovered it, I signed up and entered my last name
to test it.
He grows up in a small town in Texas during the era of reluctant integration; no one raises an eyebrow at his last name
because there are far more incendiary words in circulation.
It seems to me since she doesn't have my last name
, and I don't know what last name
she will end up with, she is going to want to let people know who her grandfather is," he said.
David Touretzky's last name
was accidentally misspelled on page 21.
Wills are searchable by first and last name
, place, occupation, and date.
input last name
of Jamie and first name of Stevens).