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Testimonials

 

"Process was made easy - I'll definitely recommend it to others!"
Jacqueline Law, Camberwell. March 2006

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"The service was very quick and easy to use."
Heather Sinclair, St Ives. February 2006

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"I was so depressed with who I was and the name I was given at birth. It just didn't reflect who I was, and it was just so mundane. Now my name has been changed it is like I have a new lease of life. I feel so different and I have gained so much more confidence in myself. Thank you so much for all that you have done."
Austin Jones, (formerly known as Alan Jones). December 2005

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"I felt like such a fake. I was walking around with this new body but I still had a masculine name. I was so emotionally distraught that at one point during my ordeal I even contemplated suicide. Then I found your company. Everyone was so understanding and non-judgemental; it was like a breath of fresh air. I am now accepted and feel like I belong."
Joanne Morris, (formerly known as Nicholas Morris). November 2005

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"I recently got married to my husband and I didn't want to loose my surname as I felt it was part of my identity. Thanks to you I have the best of both worlds. I have managed to keep my surname and take on my husbands."
Dianne Dockerty-Phillips, (formerly known as Dianne Dockerty). October 2005

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"I have lived with my partner for 5 years and I know that we will be together for many more years to come. It is just a shame that the British legal system doesn't allow same sex marriages. However, now that I have adopted the surname of my partner, people can now see how serious we are about each other."
Elaine Clark, (formerly known as Elaine Butcher). September 2005

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"When I moved to this country no one could pronounce, let alone spell my name. I found it such trial during university, and when I started work it did not improve. Changing my name has made everything so much easier no one has to say, "pardon?" or "how do you spell that?""
Ian Strake, (formerly known as Imigyl Kjil Kolvestrakashov). August 2005

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"Everyone knew me as such a typical girl next door figure. I would never do anything exciting and I never really socialised. I began to think how I could break the boring reputation I had gained throughout the years. Changing my name was such a drastic step for me, but it has worked like a dream. I have since changed my career, got a boyfriend and I am going to India next summer."
Amber Trinity, (formerly known as Sarah Wright). July 2005

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"All through my life I have been teased because of my name. At school I was the joke of the play ground, and whenever I met new people I could see them smirking and sniggering. I felt I couldn't live the rest of my life this way. So I did a sensible thing by changing my name."
Daniela Mooney, (formerly known as Paula Mooney). June 2005

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"Thanks again for your service! It took only a couple of minutes to change my life."
David Hulse, (formerly known as David Pratt). May 2005

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