If the birth certificate doesn't name a father, you’ll need to attach evidence that you participated in the donor treatment together.
Each parent must complete this statutory declaration, declaring that:
- They each consented to the donor treatment that resulted in the birth of their child; and
- They were married or living together on a genuine domestic basis at the time of the donor treatment.
If your child is 18 years or over, your child must complete a statutory declaration to consent to add the birth parent’s female partner to their birth certificate.
For more information, see Add a parent to a birth certificate.
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Government of Victoria, 2021
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