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This process, "How to Change your Name Legally with Common law," is supported by case law and declared pursuant to the fact that, "The common law and statutory right to change one’s name belongs to the individual whose name is being changed", Mo. –Barr v. Barr, 987 S.W.2d 471 (Mo. Ct. App. S.D. 1999); "and in the absence of statutory restriction, a person may lawfully change his or her name without resort to any legal proceeding." U.S. –Jech v. Burch, 466 F. Supp. 714 (D. Haw. 1979); Ark. –Clinton v. Morrow, 220 Ark. 377, 247 S.W.2d 1015(1952). Furthermore, "Under common law, any adult or emancipated person has the right to change his or her name without legal formality or permission of court to any name he or she lawfully chooses." N.J. –Application of Ferner, 295 N.J. Super. 409, 685 A.2d 78 (Law Div. 1996). The courts presume that the legislature does not intend a change in the common law unless the statute explicitly states otherwise. Carlisle v. Game and Freshwater Fish Comm’n, 354 So.2d 362, 364 (Fla. 1977).

Your name is a high form of expression of who you are (WHO AM I? Can it all start with a name?), because it was one of the first words ever spoken to us as infants and we hear it all the time, so this is something that we can all agree upon that a name is a high form of expression of who we are. Therefore, this process is warranted due to the fact that your declaration falls under your First Amendment Right of freedom of Religion and our God given right under Natural Law and protected by the US Constitution (1st Amendment), "Freedom of Expression." We all have a God given right and a Constitution right to express ourselves and to believe as we please.

How to change your Name legally with Common law, also comes with Full faith and Credit of the US Government (see product gallery). Now, what is Full Faith and Credit? According to the Black’s Law Dictionary this is what Full faith and credit is: "Article IV, Section 1 of the United States Constitution, "the Full Faith and Credit Clause," addresses the duties that states within the United States have to respect the "public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state."

The beauty and power of this process is that Public Officials don’t have the jurisdiction to refuse your Name Change, that is, after it has went through this process and received Full faith and Credit from the US Government. You must understand that according to the Supremacy Clause of the US Constitution, Article VI, Clause 2, "The US Constitution is the Supreme law of the land." You must hold these public officials to their public oaths to uphold and defend the US and State Constitution. Now, that you have the law ( the knowledge), which breeds confidence, enjoy your name change. This process comes complete with a well written sworn Affidavit template created by my legal brilliance and instructions on how to authenticate your Affidavit all the way up to the Federal level. Get it Now for only $100.00 Us dollars, when the average name change petition costs between $200-$400 US dollars and can take months to process, in some cases: https://www.americaistheoldworld.com/product/how-to-change-your-name/.

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