I am planning to take the kids out of the country to visit some friends this year. I am just starting the divorce process....should I apply for passports now or wait until divorce is through? We will all be changing our names at some point as well. Thoughts?
Married, separated, divorced - if his name is on the birth certificate his name has to be on the documents to get a passport. You cannot do this legally without his permission. Even if he is dead you have to bring in some proof.
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