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How to Ask Someone to Take a Paternity Test
How to Ask Someone to Take a Paternity Test

Understanding the Cost: Paternity Test Fees

It is important to understand that you can’t expect a set cost; paternity test fees vary depending on the type of test needed. Simple DNA tests used for your own curiosity cost far less than a court-appointed paternity test.

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Paying Child Support: Paternity Laws

When it comes to your rights when paying child support, paternity laws remain a key factor. While laws are changing in many states, until recently a man was named paternal father of a child born from his marriage, regardless of DNA testing. As a result, women could collect child support payments from her ex-husband, even if he was not the child's father.
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Paternity Fraud Hurts Everyone, Especially Children

Paternity fraud occurs when a woman names one man as the father of her child knowing someone else is the true father. According to Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children and the University of California at Los Angeles between 10 and 15 percent of newborns are victims of paternity fraud.
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Delicate Matters: Requesting an Acknowledgment of Paternity

Requesting a paternity test from a potential father can be a challenging and awkward task to accomplish. However, a mother can feel extremely relieved and calm when she knows the true father of her baby. Although asking a potential father to take a paternity test may be daunting, having the peace of mind paternity test results can yield makes it well worth the trouble.
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The Sensitive Way to Approach a DNA Test at Home

Paternity tests have become readily available and easily affordable. They allow peace of mind for the family involved and can be a legally binding answer for the court system. Home DNA testing is easy to use and cost effective. DNA testing is also much more accurate than simple blood testing according to the Stanford School of Medicine. Using a home DNA testing kit can also be less nerve racking than going in for a doctor’s visit to determine the paternity of a child. Asking for a potential father to take a paternity test, however, can make a mother anxious and nervous.

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