In Italy, non-biological parents in same-sex couples may be removed from birth certificates

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01/23/2024

The children of dozens of same-sex couples in Italy could see the name of their non-biological parent removed from their birth certificates, an ongoing trial may soon rule. Last June, a state prosecutor in Padua, northern Italy, demanded the cancellation of 33 birth certificates issued to the children of same-sex couples in the city since 2017. “Receiving the letter [from the state prosecutor] was like being slapped,” Valentina Bagnara and Daniela Ghiotto, a couple with a two-year-old daughter involved in the case, told Sky News.

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