What's in a name - are female lawyers more likely to keep their maiden identity?
This is always a hot, sticky topic - should a woman change her last name when she marries her Prince Charming, or some approximation thereof? Personally, I think it's perfectly silly in this day and age to take your hubby's surname. I feel that way for all women, though I'm particularly baffled by professional women who want to fly the banner of their marital status.
This is always a hot, sticky topic – should a woman change her last name when she marries her Prince Charming, or some approximation thereof?
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