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Changing a child's name to their stepfather's name [Japan law]
If a child has taken the name of their biological father, is there still a possibility to change the kid's name after their mother re-marries another man?
(according to Japanese law).
I assume changing the kid's name again is counter-intuitive, unless there are some serious reasons.
I am not familiar with the Japanese law regarding these matters, so I hope to get some éclaircissements.