Alabama Legal DNA Testing Laws & Statutes

Alabama Legal DNA Paternity Testing To Change Name On Birth Certificate

Alabama Birth Certificate Vital Statistic Information:

If you need to obtain a copy of your child's Alabama birth certificate, or want to change your child's name, buy the needed Alabama legal DNA paternity testing kit to prove your relationship, and then contact the office of vital statistics for Alabama, (AL)

Alabama Legal DNA Paternity Testing To Change Name Birth Certificate

Alabama (AL) Vital Records
Alabama Bureau Of Vital Statistics
P. O. Box 5625
Montgomery, Al 36103-5625
Alabama Vital Statistic Application
Phone (334) 206-5418

Alabama Legal DNA Paternity Testing Laws & Statutes:

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(a) Evidence relating to paternity may include any of the following:

(1) Evidence of sexual intercourse between the mother and alleged father at any possible time of conception.

(2) An expert's opinion concerning the statistical probability of the alleged father's paternity based upon the duration of the mother's pregnancy.

(3) Genetic test results, weighed in accordance with evidence, if available, of the statistical probability of the alleged father's paternity. Genetic test results which indicate a 97 percent or greater probability that the alleged father is the biological or natural father of the minor child shall create a presumption of paternity that the alleged father is in fact the father of the child. This presumption may be rebutted only by clear and convincing evidence.

(4) Medical or anthropological evidence relating to the alleged father's paternity of the child based on tests performed by experts. If a man has been identified as a possible father of the child, the court may, and upon request of a party shall, require the child, the mother, and the man to submit to appropriate tests.

(5) All other evidence relevant to the issue of paternity of the child.

(b) Upon refusal of any witness, including a party, to testify under oath or produce evidence, or submit to genetic testing, the court may order him to testify under oath and produce evidence, including genetic testing, concerning all relevant facts. If the refusal is upon the ground that his testimony or evidence might tend to incriminate him, the court shall grant him immunity from all criminal liability on account of the testimony or evidence he is required to produce. An order granting immunity bars prosecution of the witness for any offense shown in whole or in part by testimony or evidence he is required to produce, except for perjury committed in his testimony. The refusal of a witness, who has been granted immunity to obey an order to testify or produce evidence shall be punishable as a civil contempt of the court. [More]


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