and including what processes they made you go through.
Do you have to call them? go in-store? both? do you have to send them certified mail? does it take a long time?
NOT THAT I'M MENTIONING ANY SPECIFIC PHONE COMPANIES HERE...
their name starts with a T and ends with a -mobile.
or will they be like "Welcome to AT&T Sarah-Jane McGirlName, right this way Sir"?
but you can't let yourself be authorized because you are yourself.
in CA 2019 you can change your name/gender by going to the courthouse, paying Xty$, and then they say "ok come back in a few months to pick up your court order"
first, build a time machine, then go back in time and make sure you were born in a different state.
thank you for living in north carolina, and also fuck you.
1. You had to be only changing your last name.
2. You had to be a woman.
3. You had to be getting married to a man.
4. You had to be taking his name.
if we didn't, she'd have to go through the several-hundred-dollars-and-many-months process I went through.
this is a good alternative to the traditional name-changing-on-marriage practice and I recommend it, but dear god does NC not like it one bit
But the thing is, this isn't an old law. it's not like we wrote some law in 1950 that was still on the books simply because no one had challenged it. this was a recent addition.
it was already illegal because we didn't have it at a federal level, but they wanted to make sure it was illegaler.