Changing Your Name after a Montana DivorceMarybeth Sampsel
2. Contact the Department of Motor Vehicles and have a new drivers’ license issued.
3. Change your name on other forms of identification: passports, credit cards, etc.
4. Change your name on important legal documents such as wills and powers of attorney.
5. Notify important institutions and individuals of your name change. For example, contact your insurance carrier, bank, school, employer, landlord and friends and family.
When taking any of these steps, you will likely need a copy of your Decree of Dissolution. You may obtain certified copies from your local Clerk of Court’s office.