In spanish culture, women do not change their name when married what that means is that the mother, father and children in one family will all, generally, have different surnames for instance: josé luis rodríguez zapatero is married to sonsoles espinosa díaz (espinosa is her paternal surname and. Why are there two well, my husband's first apellido is rodriguez, which is the first apellido (last name) of his father his second apellido (last name) is pizano, which is the first apellido of his mom (this one is usually called the mother's maiden name in the us) his full name is francisco rodriguez pizano. When a child is born to married parents one or both of them will register the child's name on the birth certificate the surname, such as smith, patel, cohen, is the name by which the whole family unit is known children normally take the surname of their father unless their mother wishes them to have a different surname and. There's a lot of confusion surrounding the issue of single mothers, fathers, and birth certificates first, you should know that legally including the father's name on a state-issued birth certificate requires his participation so if he happens to be unavailable—because you don't know who he is or cannot locate. Expectant mom stephanie jones wagle didn't mind relinquishing her name over her husband's for her baby i just don't think we need any cons: unless your child decides to incorporate the other parent's last name into his own child's name, that surname is gone for good from his blood line i did it: although sasha.
In many cultures, men give not just their family name to their children but some form of their own given name by 1400, trades, nicknames, places of origin, and fathers' names had become fixed surnames for most english families today there are no matronyms (names based on a mother's given name) in arabic. Spanish naming customs are historical traditions for naming children practised in spain according to these customs, a person's name consists of a given name ( simple or composite) followed by two family names (surnames) the first surname is usually the father's first surname, and the second the mother's first surname. Did you know that people in spanish-speaking countries have surnames that come from both the father and the mother.
Marital children originally given fathers' names children to continue using his name 136 1 duty of support as the basis of the father's primary right to control the naming of marital children in their mother's custody of a woman's maiden name as either a middle or last name on a driver's license and. While it's still the most common option — 90 per cent of children born in victoria between 2005 and 2010 were given their dad's last name — a range of options are father's surname mother's surname hyphenation, or a double-barrelled surname (without a hyphen) alternating the two parents' surnames. In addition to the first name(s), a person is given two apellidos (last names) in the cases above the apellidos are rosado rivas and rosdao mendez, respectively the first of the two apellidos is the father´s first apellido, and the second of the two apellidos is the mother´s first apellido therefore, ivan rosado mendez.
But in spite of all this, i was given “mullins” as part of my identity because my mother was married to my father when i was born both of us still bear his last name legally, mainly because i didn't want my mother to revert to her maiden name when i was young i didn't understand what sort of man my father. Believe it or not, fathers, your baby by any other name would still smell as sweet. Giving a child the father's last name is still a given but when a couple decides to use both names as a last name, usually the woman's last name gets tucked between her child's and husband's, and usually that's the one that falls i would never advocate for all children having their mother's last names. As soon as i became pregnant, i became entangled in the surname debate after queries about morning sickness, weight gain, c-sections and the baby's gender, people asked the inevitable question: what are you doing for a last name if my interrogator was a mother, she'd usually reply to my answer with.
When people ask you for your last name (apellido) for anything official, you need to be more careful than you realize, because they use a spanish convention for surnames you take both your father's and your mother's surname, and don't change your name upon marriage the father's name is dominant,. This is to ensure that all the children in a family have the same surname you can choose your if you do not choose a surname, your child will automatically be given the father's surname or the mother's surname this depends on the law on names the right to a name (in dutch) is described in book 1 of the civil code.
In other states, such as texas, if a mother is not married at the time she gives birth, her child has no legal father, regardless of what the birth certificate says in these jurisdictions, you would have to legally establish paternity to have any rights or responsibilities, even if your child took your last name generally, you can. Another common reason for giving the baby her mother's last name is if the other parent isn't involved in parenting as one babycenter mom says, i have no regrets about giving my daughter my last name her father and i are completely apart now, and he rarely sees her. To change the name of a minor child—usually considered a child younger than 18 years of age—both the mother and father must consent to the name change in most cases, both parents must sign consent forms as part of the name-change petition if the parents are not in contact, the parent initiating the. An even smaller number are simply given the mother's surname (and the real rarity is children like mine, some of whom have their father's last name, and some of whom have mine) why does this history matter because when post-divorce name changes are proposed, it is almost always the case that the.