Are you in need of fast accurate and affordable DNA Paternity Testing services specifically for an alleged father and child only? If so, today we will address the most important questions you should know regarding motherless paternity testing.
If an alleged father decides or, is considering to perform a paternity test. The one thing the alleged father should consider is his current relationship with the mother of the child. Will the mother be receptive to you questioning paternity? If so, then the process will be much easier. If not, there are somethings alleged fathers must know before performing a parentage test.
As we currently understand it, there is no specific law that prevents a person from performing a DNA test without consent for informational purposes. But, If you need a DNA testing result for legal purposes such as for court or a birth certificate name change. Consent for minor children will be required from the guardian.
For example, if the alleged father is not married to the mother and his name is not on the birth certificate. The alleged father of the child will have to request consent from the mother or legal guardian of the child. Without consent, a legal paternity test will not be able to be performed.
It is also important to note that there are times where the alleged father’s names are on the birth certificate and they perform a legal DNA test to be presented in court as evidence without the mother’s knowledge. Please keep in mind the mother’s representation may request a re-test because the mother was unaware of the DNA test which leaves room in her mind that the DNA test you performed may not be legit. So there is a good chance you may have to perform another DNA test.
Finally, you should keep in mind that each state operates differently. It is important that understand your state laws regarding paternity acknowledgment. If for any reason you are unclear about how to acknowledge paternity in your state. We recommend you contact a Family Law attorney in your state or call child services to gain clarity about your state’s paternity establishment laws.
If a mother refuses to perform a DNA test. The option a non-custodial alleged father has is to file a petition with the court. Any other method of acquiring the child’s DNA sample will not be accepted by a court. If the court accepts your petition. A court order will be mailed out to the mother. If the mother fails to respond to the court order. She may be held in contempt of court and fined.
Please contact a legal representative in your state in order to learn more about filing a paternity petition.
Yes. It could be done. The best way to accomplish this task would be by using a forensic sample from the father. Here some examples, A used q-tip, hair follicles with the root attached, toothbrush etc. If you are unable to acquire any of the above-mentioned samples. Using the alleged father’s parents or a sibling can be to be tested with mother and her child.
If you would like to learn more about this DNA paternity testing option please contact our office today at 877-680-5800 to get started today.
Do you need a legal DNA testing? IDTO can help you with the process. Below is a list of what you can expect from our service.
1. Contact our office at 877-680-5800
2. An appointment will be coordinated by one of our DNA Relationship testing consultants.
3. What do you need to bring to a legal DNA test? State I.D., Birth Certificate.
4. Your DNA testing samples will be collected and shipped to the lab.
5. Once all DNA testing samples associated with your case arrive at the lab. It will take 2-3 business days for the lab to complete testing.
6. After DNA testing is complete. One our Relationship Testing consultants will notify you about the completion of your result and a copy of your result will be mailed out to your home.
Turnaround time for results is 2-3 business days from the date in which the DNA Lab receives all samples.
Results are mailed out to your home, office or anywhere you deem private.
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