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Order Following Hearing On Petition To Change Name PC 52 - Michigan
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Approved, SCAO STATE OF MICHIGAN FILE NO. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT - FAMILY DIVISION ORDER FOLLOWING HEARING ON COUNTY PETITION TO CHANGE NAME In the matter of the name change of Present first name(s), middle name(s), and last name(s) (type or print) to Requested new first name(s), middle name(s), and last name(s) (type or print) 1. Date of Hearing: Judge: Bar no.THE COURT FINDS: 2. A petition for name change has been filed. 3. Notice of hearing was given by publication. 4. Each person for whom a name change is sought has been a resident of the county for at least one year. 5. The court has received the required criminal record report(s) from the Michigan Department of State Police. 6. has a criminal record. Name(s) (type or print) 7. a. The request for name change of Name(s) (type or print) is made with fraudulent intent. b. The request for name change of Name(s) (type or print) is not made with fraudulent intent. 8. The petitioner, having legal custody, requests the name change of a minor. The noncustodial parent has consented to the change. 9. The petitioner requests the name change of a minor. The custodial parent has consented to the name change. The noncustodial parent was given notice of the hearing. a. The noncustodial parent has had the ability to visit, contact, or communicate with the minor but has regularly and substantially failed or neglected to do so for the past two years, and a support order has been entered, and the noncustodial parent has failed to substantially comply with the order for a period of two years or more before the filing of the petition for name change; or a support order has not been entered and the noncustodial parent, having the ability to support or assist in supporting the child, has failed or neglected to provide regular and substantial support for two years or more before the filing of the petition for name change. b. The noncustodial parent has been convicted of child abuse (MCL 750.136b), criminal sexual conduct (MCL 750.520b, 750.520c, 750.520d, or 750.520e), or assault with intent to commit criminal sexual conduct (MCL 750.520g) and the child or a sibling of the child was the victim. 10. The minor(s) under the age of 14 have stated their preference to a name change. 11. The minor(s) is/are not of sufficient age to express their preference to a name change. (PLEASE SEE OTHER SIDE) Do not write below this line - For court use only MCL 333.2872; MSA 14.15(2872), MCL 711.1; MSA 27.3178(561), MCR 5.781PC 52 (9/97) ORDER FOLLOWING HEARING ON PETITION TO CHANGE NAME <<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 2IT IS ORDERED: 12. The name(s) of the following person(s) are changed: From: To: 13. The State Registrar shall create a new live birth certificate for which does not disclose the name at birth and shall seal the original certificate. 14. The request to change the name of is denied. 15. The request is denied and the petition is dismissed. Date Judge Attorney name (type or print) Bar no. Address City, state, zip Telephone no. NOTE TO PETITIONER: You must provide this order to the State Registrar if you want to change your birth certificate. Note to Clerk: Under MCL 711.1(3), if the court enters an order to change the name of a person who has a criminal record, the court shallforward the order to the central records division of the Michigan State Police and to 1 or more of the following: The Department of Corrections if the person named in the order is in prison or on parole or has been imprisoned or released from parole in the immediately preceding 2 years. The sheriff of the county in which the person named in the order was last convicted if the person was incarcerated in a county jail or released from a county jail within the immediately preceding 2 years. The court that has jurisdiction over the person named in the order if the person named in the order is under the jurisdiction of the family division of the circuit court, or until January 1, 1998, the probate court, or has been discharged from the jurisdiction of that court within the immediately preceding 2 years.