Our birth certificate & paternity laws page details the laws and statutes in your city and state as they pertain to DNA testing. It is very important to observe all the laws and statues to ensure that your results are admissible in court. For example, when doing a legal test, you must not use a friend, neighbor, co-worker etc… as your witness. We also provide the names and address of every state’s vital statistics office so as to help our clients change name on birth certificate.
How Change Name On Birth Certificate
When a child is born in a marriage, the name of the husband is automatically added on the birth certificate. The husband is typically considered the father of record. In order to change name on birth certificate, if he is not the father, you will need to contact the vital statistic office in your local city and state to file for a change.
Even though the mother may feel/know that her husband of record is not the father of her child, the state will require legal DNA testing as biological proof that another man is in-fact the father before changing the name on birth certificate. In some cases, the husband may likewise wish to have his name removed from the record of birth, and would similarly need to do the same thing.
This process can be quite easy if no one contests the fact of who is the father, and does not oppose the action. You just purchase a legally binding DNA test from us and we can deliver notarized, accredited results both ways in both electronic (email) and written results. Then just simply fill out the vital statistics form, send it back along with a copy of the results, and pay the small fee that is charged by the vital statistic’s office.
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We have provided below, a link to a page for your state that contain valuable paternity testing law information, as well as a link to your vital statistic office containing an online application to have the name changed on the birth certificate. If you should have any questions, please contact us at toll free (877) 786-9543, and case manager would be happy to serve you.
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