Place a name change public or legal notice in New York County


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Do you need a public notice regarding a name change in New York County? If so, the process can be relatively simple. First, make sure you are publishing in a publication which has received official designation and that is qualified to run Legal and Public Notices. Straus Media is ready to help you create and print your Public Notice of Name Change. Name change notices must be published for just one week unless otherwise directed by the court. We are authorized by the New York County Supreme Court to handle Name Changes. For more information or to get started, visit our site or contact Barry Lewis directly at legals2@strausnews.com or call 212-868-0190 ext. 402.



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