Online name-change service for brides gains distribution through Rite Aid

WASHINGTON —, an online name-change service created to simplify the name-change process for brides, on Tuesday announced a deal with Rite Aid making gift cards available in nearly 4,600 Rite Aid locations nationwide. The gift cards will sell for $29.95.

The gift card provides brides the ability to use the site's service to quickly help them fill out all the forms necessary to change their name. The website guides brides through a series of questions, uses their answers to auto-populate all of their state and U.S government name-change forms, as well as notification letters for all their creditors, and then supplies detailed filing instructions for each form/letter. "Time savings of up to 13 hours, outstanding customer service and ease of use has made the leading name-change service for today's busy brides," the company stated. "More than 200,000 women have made the switch from Miss to Mrs. using [the] service and many return to purchase gift cards for friends and relatives." 

Brides and newlyweds can use to change to their new surname, hyphenate with their husband's name or take their maiden name as a middle name and change to their husband's surname. accommodates every legal name-change option based on marriage, so brides can decide which name-change option works best for them.

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