Can you be forced to take a paternity test?

Answer Generally, Yes. You can be forced. If you are denying paternity, and the mother is claiming that you are the father, the proper legal way to resolve the issue is to take a paternity test. You can ... Read More »

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Can I be forced to take a paternity test?

While specific laws vary from state to state, courts in every state will order a paternity test if the mother has filed for child support or has applied for government aid, such as Medicaid, child ... Read More »

How early can you take a paternity test?

The earliest methods of obtaining DNA samples for paternity testing can be done during pregnancy. Chrionic villus sampling can obtain a sample from the uterus from the 10th to 13th week of pregnanc... Read More »

How early in a pregnancy can you take a paternity test?

DNA paternity test can be conducted as early as week 10-13 of pregnancy. The early detection method used for this test is called Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS) and involves the collection of Chori... Read More »

How to Weigh the Decision to Take a Paternity Test?

So you think there is a chance that a child, born by a woman you've been with could possibly be yours.