DNA Tests for Paternity

DNA tests determine paternity
When a child is born in wedlock, is considered the mother's husband is automatically the father of the child, although he is not the biological father. Paternity Cases settled by DNA testing.

When a child is born in a registered cohabitation, the mother's boyfriend send notification of paternity to the public registry without the mother involved. The child's mother have any travel case within three months if she wants to disprove the partner's paternity. The case settled by DNA testing.

The most common misconception in paternity cases is that the child's mother, father or alleged father can say no to DNA testing. If a party refuses to be taken DNA testing of themselves or the child, the Court will decide that it will be a test. If a party refuses to comply with an order from the court, connected the police in order to ensure that it receives the necessary tests.
DNA Life Span

Husbands who believe they are not the father of his wife's children, will be registered as the father of the child, unless they are separated before the child is born. Men who have assumed the paternity of a child, but not the biological father of the child at risk to pay contributions for children who are not his. In such a situation one can go to court and claim a refund of contributions from the state, but you can not recover any losses you have had if, for example, has said no to job opportunities to take care of the children that later turns out that not one their own.