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May 10 '15 at 8:44 comment added Tamlyn This is what we went for in the end.
Jun 19 '14 at 4:12 comment added Sylas Seabrook Nowadays people with 4 or 5 components to their name are common. In the US (not sure about the OP's native UK), a different last name spawns legality questions when going to schools, doctors, etc. The State, though, seems to allow tagging on names ad infinitum... though, 14 years ago, there were only 3 spots for my daughter's name: first, middle, and last.
Jun 18 '14 at 15:09 comment added Joe I'm sure that varies, @DavidS., but it's what we did (the opposite, my wife's surname then mine, both as last names). This is traditional in some cultures (South American in particular, such as Gabrial Garcia Marquez, whose last name was Garcia Marquez). It's less common in the US and such, but it's legal (at least in my state).
Jun 18 '14 at 10:41 comment added David S. This might be a cultural thing I'm not aware of, but can't you have both parent's surname considered as one surname where you live? Without hyphenation?
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Jun 17 '14 at 23:53 history answered dave CC BY-SA 3.0