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Paternity test results vary depending on type

When a child's paternity is in question, parents often turn to a paternity test to establish who is the father of the child. Many people understand that paternity tests are an acceptable method for determining paternity in the Florida legal system. There are two types of paternity testing that can be used to either establish or exclude paternity. Knowing about each type of test might help people facing a paternity issue decide which is appropriate.

Addressing fathers' rights in Florida

As a father, you may be concerned that family courts in the state will be predisposed to favor your child's mother in custody and support decisions. Although there may be biases at times, there is also an understanding that a child may benefit from the ability to develop a meaningful relationship with both parents. The ability to articulate the significance of this relationship as it relates to your child's development may be helpful in obtaining an outcome that ensures your continued involvement in your child's life.

How does a paternity test work?

The state of Florida allows for paternity testing to determine who the biological parents of a child are. In a DNA test, a stretch of DNA is taken from the mother, the child and anyone who may be the father of the child. Such a test is generally 99.9 percent accurate as the child's DNA must be a combination of the mother and the father's DNA.

Basketball player Paul George sues for sole custody

Basketball player Paul George is seeking to move a custody hearing involving a two-month old child to Florida. According to court documents, a prenatal paternity test indicated with 99.9 percent probability that the child is George's daughter. George is seeking additional DNA testing because of misgivings about the methodology used to perform the initial test. If these tests confirm paternity, George will be seeking sole custody of the child.

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