To change your name with the CO DMV, visit your local Driver License office in person and bring: Note: All documents must be originals or certified copies.The DMV provides complete lists of acceptable documents to prove your identity and residency.Passport Office will not print numerals (0–9) on a passport — only alphabetical characters (A–Z), hypens and apostrophes.If you have a number in your name and it appears on your original birth certificate, Passport Office unless you have obtained the written consent of the company that owns the trademark.To change your name on your CO vehicle title, you'll need: Requirements to change your name on your CO vehicle registration differ depending on your county.Call your local CO motor vehicle office for information on what documents and fees you'll need to change your name on your registration.
It is only a breach of trademark if the name is used for commercial gain.
If your CO address has also changed, you will need to update your address information with the Colorado DMV.
See our Changing Your Address in Colorado page for more information on changing your address on your CO driver's license, ID card, vehicle title, and registration.
Wait at least 24 hours after reporting your name change with the Social Security Administration before changing your name with the Colorado DMV.
When your change your name, you must also purchase a new CO driver's license or ID card.