Every live birth must be registered within 42 days of a child being born.
The birth must be registered at the Register Office of the district where the birth takes place.
For births in Liverpool, you can register at Liverpool Women's Hospital or Liverpool Register Office.
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Book an appointment online Alternatively, you can contact us to book an appointment.
If you wish to register your baby before being discharged from Liverpool Women's Hospital, you can add your name to the appointment lists on the main wards.
If the parents are not married to each other at the time of the birth, the father's details may be entered when the mother and father attend together to register the birth.
When the father is not able to attend he may make what is called a Statutory Declaration confirming that he is the father.
The mother will give this declaration to the Registrar (the form for this declaration is available from any Register Office).
When the mother is not able to attend with the father, she may make a Statutory Declaration confirming the name of the father.The father should give the declaration to the Registrar.When either parent has a Court Order or Parental Responsibility Agreement in respect of the child the Court Order or Agreement must be handed to the Registrar who will advise on each case as it arises.If the birth is to be registered with two female parents please telephone 01 for further advice.Although you do not need to bring anything with you, it may be helpful to bring the following documents with you to your appointment in order that the correct spellings of all names and addresses are recorded.If English is not your first language, you may ask a friend or relative to go with you to act as an interpreter.