You can possibly go to jail by not showing up. If you get a notice it would be best to go. Otherwise you could possibly be police escorted.
------ If it is court ordered, you will be served by a police officer. If you don't receive the notice, either there is no court order or they have wrong info on where you live. If you were not served, that is not your fault. If you were served and are thinking about saying that you weren't, bad idea. If you weren't served I wouldn't worry about it.
The court could make a default order.
Usually not, if a court ordered test has already been performed. However the father can obtain a paternity test from another source and challenge the findings of the court ordered test based on the same. Otherwise, yes, the father may petition the court for a paternity test.
If it is ordered by the courts, and you do not have a good excuse why you will not. Then yes it is.
Yes. The court can order you to take a paternity test.
It won't benefit the father. Paternity can be established through a court ordered DNA test.It won't benefit the father. Paternity can be established through a court ordered DNA test.It won't benefit the father. Paternity can be established through a court ordered DNA test.It won't benefit the father. Paternity can be established through a court ordered DNA test.
If no paternity test was ever done can someone have the court order a DNA test?
if the court and the mother refuses a DNA test what can i do? I'm also on the birth certificate
That is between you and whoever ordered the test.
Not if it's court ordered.
yes if it is court ordered.
If ordered by court pretty much none.
Not if it is ordered by the court.
Believe me, if you were ordered by the court to take a paternity test, there is no "right" to refuse it. The alternative to "refusing" the courts order is to suffer the consequences of a charge of "Contempt of Court."
YES!!!!!!! you will most definetly go to jail if you dont pass a court ordered drug test.
Yes she can.
Child support cases, mostly.
You can visit the court in person and ask to speak with an advocate. You can file a petition for a court ordered DNA test. The court will assist you and the mother cannot refuse or she will be in contempt of a court order. You should act immediately.
A man can be ordered by the court to take a DNA paternity test. The court is the only entity that can force someone to take a test.
Check in a lab. but a good DNA test valid in the court got to be ordered by the court, the other is not valid and you will waste the money.
If the person whose DNA was tested is determined to be the father then a child support order will be entered.
You file a motion for it. See the links below
Yes. It can be requested by the unmarried father or the mother.