From The Star Press (Muncie):
Q: A woman wants to place a public notice advertisement for a change of name. Does the publication need to include her address?
A: No, but the public notice advertisement must include the following (See IC 34-28-2-3):
1. Name of petitioner;
2. New name desired;
3. Name of the court where the petition is filed;
4. Date the petition was filed;
5. A statement that any person has the right to appear at the hearing and file objections.
Contact Steve Key, HSPA executive director and general counsel, with media law questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or (317) 624-4427.