Legal Paternity Test

If you and/or your child need strong evidence to prove paternity, a legal paternity test is the means by which you will build your case.  Legal paternity tests results center the evidence for many cases of divorce, including child custody and support, immigration, visa applications, and estate settlements or inheritance cases.  These tests differ somewhat than just a standard paternity test since the results demand accuracy, reliability, and need to be court-admissible by accreditation standards.  Often the Judge will require proof of identity for each participant in the DNA paternity testing.  To conclusively determine paternity of an unborn child, a prenatal paternity test is performed using a prenatal sample from the child which is collected by an amniocentesis or CVS procedure.

If a prenatal paternity test is performed, either an amniocentesis or CVS may be performed to determine paternity.  An amniocentesis is completed during the twelfth and twenty-first week of pregnancy.  An obstetrician will collect a sample of the amniotic fluid.  This procedure involves inserting a needle into the amniotic sac, which surrounds the unborn child.  The amniotic fluid contains cells from the child.  This fluid is then sent to a lab for DNA testing, and the legal paternity test results will determine conclusively who the baby's father is.   How an amniocentesis is done is the amniotic fluid is cultured, then chromosomes are mapped.  An amniocentesis can also provide additional information, such as the sex of the unborn baby as well as various diseases and birth defects.  

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Should an amniocentesis not be used to determine paternity, a CVS or chorionic villus sample can be collected.  During this prenatal procedure, a sample is collected also by an obstetrician during the tenth and twelfth week of the pregnancy.  There is a slight advantage in using this procedure over an amniocentesis since a CVS can be done somewhat earlier.  To collect a prenatal sample, an obstetrician will use a Chorionic Villus Sampling.  This procedure is done by inserting a tube into the cervix and aspirating a small amount of tissue.  This tissue sample is then sent to a lab for DNA testing.  The disadvantage to this procedure is that it carries a higher risk of miscarriage than a second trimester amniocentesis.  It also has a higher rate of culture failure, which means that there would be a need for repeated CVS procedures.

The least evasive legal paternity test is the use of swab kits.  The collection of the DNA sample simply involves the swab of the inside of the cheek of the alleged father and child.  Since there is a need for legal paternity testing, there may be an additional fee for the test.  The accuracy of the tests results are the cornerstone of building a chain of evidence for the court.

With the availability of prenatal paternity tests, it allows peace of mind knowing paternity of the child.  What this means is that the days of old when men had to wonder if they were, in fact, the father of a child.  It is rather ironic when such television shows as the Jerry Springer or Maury Povich would have had more of a market since shows such as these seem to provide the only means for learning whether a woman is indeed pregnant with his child.*   However, with the advances of modern science in DNA testing, it is now possible to have the answers quickly and fairly inexpensively through use of swab kits.  It is definitely of time for peace of mind through science and conclusiveness of a legal paternity test.

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