Can the child be given the mother's name if the parents are officially registered?
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Answered on November 17, 2014 13:50
In fact, the Family Code provides very little room for maneuver on this issue. The law stipulates that the child’s last name should be determined by the name of the parents. Those. if both parents officially have the same last name, then there is only one option. If, after marriage, the wife left her last name, then the child can give it. If paternity is not established, then the child is given the mother's last name. One way or another, the child will be able to change his name on his own when he is 18 years old.