clancifer: I told my wife she could keep her name if she wanted, but there would not be a hyphen./she took mine
Crudbucket: My wife kept her name because we're in the middle of processing her immigration paperwork, and it seemed easier than having half the papers have her old name and half of them have her new name. It's never bothered either of us, and I don't there's no need to change it even after all this is settled.My grandma, who was married for 57 years, told us she would have preferred to keep her maiden name also but that just wasn't done back then.
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