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There is no need to go into detail as to how your parents passed away. Just put "deceased." If you are underage then use a guardians name or with the permission of a relative use their name.

Lying under oath is a crime. It could result in criminal charges and invalidate the marriage.

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Q: Could a person lie about a parent's death on their own marriage certificate?
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