Paternity disputes can be some of the most difficult family law cases. It is natural for families to want to know who the biological father of their baby is. Nationwide, approximately 30% of tested men are excluded as the biological father. While the range of reasons for performing a paternity test can vary from financial support to peace of mind, perhaps the most important reason is securing your child legacy.
A legal dna paternity test is a conclusive, legal binding test, which uses DNA to determine if a man is the biological father of a child. The primary difference between a legal and a private paternity test is the Chain of Custody, which is a documentation process used to ensure that the test results are legally admissible. Samples for a legal test must be collected or witnessed by a neutral 3rd party with no interest in the test outcome. These documents will hold up in court for any purpose pertaining to the child.
Testing the alleged father’s relatives
When alleged father is not available paternity can be established indirectly by testing known family members. The mother of the child should be tested as well increase the accuracy of the test.
A DNA sample collection will be performed at a desired destination that you will be sent to. Should you wish to start the proceeding, make sure you get a hold of us at 866-663-5822 or even via email at email@example.com