The Procedure for Changing Baby Wolf’s Name by Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott is started.

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The Procedure for Changing Baby Wolf’s Name by Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott is started.

Baby Wolf’s name wasn’t suitable for Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott’s newborn kid, but legally changing a name isn’t as simple as you might assume.

As previously reported, Kylie and Travis stated earlier this week that Wolf’s name would be changed because “we just didn’t feel like it was him.” 

However, the actual process of getting it done might take weeks, if not months, from beginning to end. Here’s how it works…

– First, Kylie and Travis will have to file a name change petition, which is usually approved by a judge — in this case, an L.A. County Superior Court judge. The only legitimate reason to refuse a name change is if the new name was intended to deceive or defraud, which is plainly not the case here.

The petition is forwarded up to Sacramento and processed by the state once the judge signs it with his or her John Hancock. It normally takes 6-8 weeks to complete. It appears that many people are dissatisfied with their given names.

– The state will then change the name on the birth certificate.

Of course, there was recently another significant name change in the family — when (former) baby Wolf’s uncle Kanye West changed his name to Ye. That process took almost 2 months to complete … so with patience comes great change.

As for Wolf … no word on what he’ll be answering to … at least not yet.

The Procedure for Changing Baby Wolf’s Name by Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott is started.

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