This site allows you to generate a deed poll which you can print off and use to change your name in the U.K. Most people will be able to use a deed poll generated by this service to update their name on their official documents and records, for example on their passport (with HM Passport Office), driving licence (with the DVLA), and with HMRC, the UKBA, and banks. However a deed poll generated by this service will not be suitable for everyone, and you may need to adjust the document to fit your own needs and circumstances.
This service allows you to generate a deed poll which can be enrolled in the Royal Courts of Justice. However it is not a legal requirement to enrol your deed poll, and doing so will not affect the legal status of your name in any way. Government bodies such as HM Passport Office do not require you to enrol your deed poll.
This service comes with no warranties or guarantees and you use it at your own risk. By using this service you are preparing your own legal document and you take full responsibility for making sure that the document is correctly worded, correctly executed (i.e. signed and witnessed), and suitable for what you you want to use it for.
You are allowed to use this service for free as many times as you like for your own personal use. There are no hidden charges, and we do not try to sell you any extra services, nor is there any advertising, sponsorship, or other kind of promotion on this site. We do not collect your e-mail address, and we do not keep any of your personal information or pass them on to any other organisation.
By viewing this site and using this service you agree to be bound by our Terms and Conditions.
We intend to run this service indefinitely, and it will always stay free.
This site actively supports over 99% of web browsers, including mobile devices, tablets, and all versions of Internet Explorer going back to Internet Explorer 7. It uses a “responsive design” which means that it adapts to the size of your screen—meaning that you should be able to use it without any problems on your tablet (e.g. an iPad) or on your phone.
This site uses HTML5 and every page has been validated as using the correct syntax according to the HTML5 specification.
You can read through the source code for this site, which has been made available in our Github repository under an open-source licence (for more details, please see the repository).