DNA Paternity Test

DNA Paternity TestIf you have any doubts that you may not be the father, it is best to further look into the situation.  The last thing you want is to have to pay child support for a child that isn’t yours.  DNA paternity testing can help you determine if you are the biological father of the child.  In a DNA paternity test, if the child’s DNA does match the presumed father’s then the presumed father is determined to be the biological father.

If you need a DNA paternity test for legal purposes, then you will need to get a legal DNA test that would be allowed as evidence in court.   Moreover, a legal DNA test may be needed for child custody or child support matters.  In addition, it can also be helpful for court orders, adoption, immigration, birth certificate and other legal business.  You can research Texas state statutes regarding paternity and DNA testing here.

Why DNA Paternity Testing is Important

DNA paternity testingOne of the most important reasons you should get a DNA paternity test is because it confirms who is the biological father of the child.  The DNA paternity test allows you to find out with certainty if you are the father or not.  Furthermore, it can prevent you from having to pay child support for a child that is not biologically yours.  A simple DNA test can save you a lot of trouble down the road.  Imagine if you found out years after you have been paying child support, that the child is not yours.  This can cause you a lot of stress and legal expenses, to have to fix a mistake from the past.

Another reason that a DNA test may come in handy is that you want to obtain primary custody of your child.  Perhaps you feel that the mother is not fit to properly care for your child.  The court will require you to first prove that you are the father of the child. Moreover, you may need to get a court order for a DNA test from a testing center.

Questions Regarding Paternity

If you are confused about what steps to take next, it may be best to get more guidance.   Contact Fathers Rights today.  Don’t delay, call or text today.

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