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DNA Paternity Testing

When facing a paternity matter relating to fatherhood, if the parents are not married, paternity needs to be established so the rights of the mother, father and child can be addressed.

If the father is in doubt that the child is his (and he was unmarried to the mother of the child) DNA genetic testing can be done to reslove the question. Results are well over 90% accurate and are bawed on inherited genetic traits which are passed from parent to child.

It is important to know that Family Law Code Section 7575 (2)(a) states a Notice of Motion for Genetic Tests may be filed no later than two years from the date of the child's birth, by Child Support Services, the mother, or the man who signed the Declaration of Paternity.

Generally, test results take two weeks after testing is completed. If you are determined to be the biological parent call the Law Offices of Richard K. Isles to discuss your rights.

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