It is her choice as to whether she uses either or none.
Maiden Name - Married Name Example: Jane Doe marries Jim Bob; Proper hyphenated name would be Jane Doe-Bob
The only words that should be capitalized in the middle of sentences are proper nouns. Proper nouns include, but are not limited to, names, months, places, and days of the week.Also, title of books and articles and the like can be capitalized in the middle of sentences.
This means the last name a woman had when she was a girl. Not yet married. It was proper for a woman to change her last name to her husbands last name after marrying. This may have changed for some women these days. They have the choice of keeping their last name or changing it.
I'd suggest I, Jane Doe (nee Brown) The married name is "Doe" and the maiden name is "Brown"
Yes, they can, if they have the proper documentation to come and go lawfully.
The compound noun 'middle school' is a common noun, a general word for any middle school.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing. An example of proper noun for 'middle school' is Lincoln Middle School, Santa Monica, CA or Woodland Middle School, Brentwood, TN.
If your mother has already got married in her life and changed her last name, if the proper dad didn't turn up to get the child registered then the child would take her mother's maiden name because the last name she has isn't her proper name for the child.
no because back then middle names were not proper
A perfect number is the term for a number that is equal to the sum of its proper divisors. Be careful not to confuse that with proper factors. Proper divisors include 1 but not the number itself. Proper factors don't include either I or the original number.