Person was named "A" prior to year 2000.
The name was legally changed from "A" to "B" in 2000.
When creating a legal document, is there a standard of how that person will be called when specifically describing past events before 2000? For example,
In the summer of 1998, A (or B?) did XYZ.
assuming that the lawyer composing the document doesn't do the smart thing and say "Person 'B', formerly known as 'A' before 2000, and hereafter called "Person" in this document" which avoids the issue in the first place.