Name Change in Oklahoma
Visit your local driver's license office to change your name on your driver's license. Take a certified copy of your marriage license, divorce decree, adoption or naturalization papers, or other court order showing the name change. You will also need to pay a $20 fee for a replacement driver's license.
Providing an updated Social Security card, reflecting your name change, is not mandatory. But if you want to change your name with the Social Security Administration (SSA), visit the agency's site.
Keep in mind that failing to notify the Department of Public Safety of a name change could result in the suspension of your license.
Changing your name on your title and registration is one process in Oklahoma. Visit your local tag office with a copy of your current title and registration, proof of insurance, and the certified document showing the name change. This document could be your marriage certificate, divorce decree, adoption or naturalization papers, or other court order.
Contact the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety for more information on how to change your name on your title and registration documents, including associated fees.