Can I have two last names?
Similarly, what is it called when you have two last names?
In the Western tradition of surnames, there are several types of double surname (or double-barrelled surname). If the two names are joined with a hyphen, it may also be called a hyphenated surname. These names are combined without hyphen (but optionally combined using y "and").
Beside above, can a person have 2 names? No. A person cannot have two names legally. Name is an identity in society as well as in documents.
Furthermore, can I have two last names without a hyphen?
Two last names without the hyphen. You'll still need to sign all paperwork with both last names since it's considered your legal last name. Each state has different laws about what is considered a marriage name change so you may need to go through a court-ordered name change to have two last names without a hyphen.
What last name goes first mom or dad?
The child's first surname is the father's first surname, and the child's second surname is the mother's first surname. For example, Diego Álvarez Bravo has a child with Jazmin Alarcón Bustamante. Their children will have the surnames Álvarez Alarcón.