I'm a Mrs. Brings Online Name Change Service to the United Kingdom and South Africa

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I'm a Mrs. name change service makes changing your name easier and saves brides time

The feedback solidified our decision to kick-off our global expansion, starting with these two markets, with the US and Australia on deck.

I'm a Mrs. today announced the online marriage name change service is now available in the United Kingdom and South Africa. I'm a Mrs., http://www.imamrs.com, is an online marriage name change service that provides all of the forms, instructions and personalized letters new brides need when they embark on their official name change. The service is easy to use and can help brides save hours of time.

The Web site was born of the frustration new brides face when looking to change their name after marriage. Rather than venture to a government office for forms, and then search and call various other organizations, I'm a Mrs. takes care of all of the groundwork and provides all the details in one easy stop. The site offers two packages. The Standard package, which includes access to all of the necessary government organizations, as well as access to three additional organizations of your choice from our database. The other option is the Premium package, which includes access to all organizations in the database including everything from government, banks, and utility companies, to retail organizations and loyalty card programs.

"We received an overwhelming response from brides in the UK and South Africa since our launch earlier this year", said Claire Lamont, Co-Founder of I'm a Mrs. "The feedback solidified our decision to kick-off our global expansion, starting with these two markets, with the US and Australia on deck."

I'm a Mrs. launched in Canada in February 2009. The South African arm of I'm a Mrs. will be lead by Michelle Farren-Handford, partner, I'm a Mrs. South Africa. For more information and pricing, please visit http://www.imamrs.com.

For more information or to speak with a company spokesperson, please contact:
Jo-Anne Stayner (UK & North America)
press(at)imamrs(dot)com

Michelle Farren-Handford (South Africa)
michelle(at)imamrs(dot)com

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