If you have lost or misplaced your original child's Deed Poll, then this is the service you need.
Replacement Child Deed Poll is a legal document which proves that you have changed your child's name previously and that your child has been using the new name since then. The document will show your child's current name, former name and the date of the name change.
The original lost Deed Poll does not need to be issued by our company for us to provide a replacement, it can be issued by any Deed Poll company or solicitor. We can provide a Replacement Deed Poll, no matter who you originally purchased your lost Deed Poll from.
We guarantee that our Deed Poll will be accepted by all UK based public and private organisations, or your money back!
The online process is simple and takes a few minutes only. We will post your Deed Poll the next day by recorded delivery. Next-Day delivery is also available. Rated Excellent on Trustpilot.
To change your child's name by a Deed Poll, you must have full parental responsibility. If the child's mother and father both have parental responsibility, then they both need to agree on the change of name. You can select who has parental responsibility when you Apply, and our team will draft the Deed Poll accordingly.
If you have sole parental responsibility, you do not need anyone else's consent to change your child's name.
When a married couple has a child together, they both have parental responsibility. If the couple gets divorced, their joint parental responsibility continues, and both must agree on the change of name of their child.
If both parents have parental responsibility, but permission cannot be obtained from one of them, because they refuse to consent, or their whereabouts are unknown, then a specific court order needs to be obtained.
In the UK, the mother has parental responsibility at the child's birth. However, the law relating to the father's rights vary according to where and when the birth was registered.
England and Wales:
The father has parental responsibility if he was married to the mother at the time of the child's birth. An unmarried father will not have parental responsibility unless he is named on the birth certificate (from 1st December 2003 onwards), has a parental responsibility agreement with the mother or has a court order.
The father has parental responsibility if he was married to the mother at the time of the child's birth. If a father marries the mother after the child's birth, he has parental responsibility if he lives in Northern Ireland at the time of the marriage. An unmarried father will not have parental responsibility unless he is named on the birth certificate (from 15th April 2002 onwards).
The father has parental responsibility if he's married to the mother when the child is conceived, or marries her at any point afterwards. An unmarried father has parental responsibility if he's named on the child's birth certificate (from 4th May 2006 onwards).
Feel free to use our Parental Responsibility Determiner if you still in doubt.
- Deed Poll.
- Duplicate copies if ordered.
- Easy-to-follow guide.
- A list of organisations you may notify.
- Hand Drafted Deed Poll.
- Free UK Recorded Delivery.
- Comprehensive Guide.
- Guaranteed Acceptance in the UK.
- Email Support.
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We guarantee that our Deed Poll will be accepted by all UK public departments and companies
Our Deed Poll has been prepared and checked by experts taking into consideration all the legal requirements.
Transparent prices with no hidden costs. £17 for one Deed Poll. £4 per extra copy. Free UK postage.
It takes a few minutes to complete your order. We will post your order the next working day. Next-Day delivery is available.
No Solicitor Required
You do not need your Deed Poll to be signed by a solicitor. There is no legal requirement to do so.