Is a DNA Test a type of paternity acknowledgment?

March 11th, 2011 by admin

Is a DNA Test a type of paternity acknowledgment?

8e853d99fd8eeed Is a DNA Test a type of paternity acknowledgment?

By Taking and paying for a DNA paternity test shortly after child birth, legally is it considered a paternity acknowledgment? In the eyes of the court. I know there is a form called Paternity Acknowledgment but is the test good enough? I am the father and want to keep it that way but because I didnt register with the Putative Father Registry that leaves me open to having my kids adopted without my consent. Up untill February I was sending money and visiting when I could. She cut off all contact, remarried her ex and he filed for adoption of my kids.

 

The court should rule in favor of you since you have the paternity test saying that the children are yours. Also, if you can show that you’ve made your child support payments and have made contact with the children as often as possible, then no reasonable judge (or jury) would take those kids away from you. Try not to make yourself sick over this. Keep talking with your lawyer and see what you can do. You’re a good father.



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14 Responses

  1. marcus j

    dona sk me
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  2. cortney

    i think that if you are the father then yes….if not than i guess not
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  3. Elizabeth T

    The test is good enough for a court to rule in your favor on this issue, and he’ll have to pay your court costs along with the child support. He can also petition to give up his parental rights, but that’s up to him.
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  4. ndtaya

    You bet. A baby has your DNA from the word go.
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  5. TIMOTHY D L

    http://www.google.com/search?lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=DNA%20Test
    Sure is
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  6. 626corgilover

    yes, but nomatter if you are the parent or not it is always 99.99..because thats as good as it gets, they never ever say it 100% your kid ever.
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  7. cutenwild1769

    when i got a dna done they put the fathers name on the birth certifiacate…so y eah id think its acknowledge enough lol
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  8. keepsondancing

    A DNA test is not positive proof of paternity but they are 99% accurate. It means that there may be a 1% chance that he is NOT the father, which is pretty strong evidence. Check with your lawyer as to how much credibility this may have in court.
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  9. dulcrayon

    The answer to your question is NO. It establishes that you are or are not the biological parent, but the birth certificate is the instrument to establishes you are the father. If it list you as the father then, until you go to court, you remain the father. If your legal wife gave birth while married to you, then, in the courts view, you are the father even if a DNA test proves you’re not the biological parent. It all happens in court.
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  10. dreamangel20051

    I believe that so long as neither parent has a dispute about the results, seeing how it’s being done outside of a court order. It should still stand firm in court.

    However, if they liies a dispute in regards to possible tampering, or none belief then, the court will order a paternity test. Which will be a final result.

    I hope this helps.
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  11. jack w

    You need legal advise from an attorney in your state. DNA is considered evidence acceptable in Court, but that may not prohibit your child from being adopted.
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  12. rcrbsll

    You could always contest the adoption. There’s a site called "father’s rights". Check it out.
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  13. pamalamadingdong_1

    First of all, you really need to know your rights. If she cut off all contact, after you were visiting and paying, then she is in the wrong. And as far as filing for adoption, the thing is that in most states, there isn’t anything legal about that. They would have to have your permission unless you have been inactive in the childs life for a period of certain years, with no support offered whatsoever. That is obviously not the case here. You need to make your presence known, and make the judge aware that you contest these proceedings, and you will not agree to it. You then need to file your own documents that you either want full or joint custody of your child. The paternity test that you took and paid for should be good enough, but you can call and make sure that is what they need. The law is always on the birth parents side, half the time it is even when they don’t deserve it, however, you do. Take your rights, and go be a good daddy. Good luck, and God Bless.
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  14. betterlife_travel

    The court should rule in favor of you since you have the test saying that the children are yours. Also, if you can show that you’ve made your child support payments and have made contact with the children as often as possible, then no reasonable judge (or jury) would take those kids away from you. Try not to make yourself sick over this. Keep talking with your lawyer and see what you can do. You’re a good father.
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