EXCLUSIVE: Marie Osmond's Family Seals Documents About Dead Son's Name Change

Mar. 4 2010, Updated 4:08 a.m. ET

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Just days ago, Marie Osmond’s lawyers sealed documents revealing details of Michael Blosil’s name change to Michael Bryan, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

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Michael, who was one of Marie’s middle children, committed suicide on Friday, February 26th by leaping from the 8th floor of his apartment building, three days later his “name change” documents were sealed in Provo, Utah.  That’s the same day that the media was notified that Michael had legally changed his last name from Blosil to Bryan-- his middle name.

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Judge Samuel McVey granted the request, which primarily keeps the documents from being public.

Here’s what we have unearthed. The petition was filed in August. It takes anywhere from one to two months for approval. In Utah, a hearing must take place before the change is granted. If Michael wanted to legally change his name without his parents’ approval, he had to wait until he turned 18.

A private memorial service for Michael will take place in Utah on Monday. Marie will return to the Las Vegas stage with her famous brother Donny the following day.

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