JK v. Registrar General (UK)

A man who underwent gender reassignment to become a woman has lost his High Court bid to have his identity as father removed from his children’s birth papers. The transgender father began gender reassignment back in 2012 and is waiting for a final operation to become “female.” He claimed it was discrimination and a breach of his human right for respect to private and family life not to take the description “father” off the children’s birth certificates. Identified only as JK, he challenged the refusal of the Registrar General to alter the certificates to describe him simply as “parent” or “father/parent.”

Transgender father loses court battle over children’s birth certificates – Telegraph

England_ Transsexual fails in attempt to have birth certificate changed to hide original gender – Scottish Legal News