Florida Legal DNA Testing Laws & Statutes

Florida Legal DNA Paternity Testing To Change Name On Birth Certificate

Florida Birth Certificate Vital Statistic Information:

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Florida Legal DNA Paternity Testing To Change Name On Birth Certificate

Florida (FL) Vital Records
Florida Bureau of Vital Statistics
4052 Bald Cypress Way , Bin # A00
Tallahassee ,  FL  32399 -1701
Florida (FL) Vital Statistic Application
Phone (850) -245-4444

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Florida Legal DNA Paternity Testing Laws & Statutes:

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According to the Laws of Florida and paternity statute 742.12

Scientific testing to determine paternity.

(1) In any proceeding to establish paternity, the court on its own motion may require the child, mother, and alleged fathers to submit to scientific tests that are generally acceptable within the scientific community to show a probability of paternity. The court shall direct that the tests be conducted by a qualified technical laboratory.

(2) In any proceeding to establish paternity, the court may, upon request of a party providing a sworn statement or written declaration as provided by s. 92.525(2) alleging paternity and setting forth facts establishing a reasonable possibility of the requisite sexual contact between the parties or providing a sworn statement or written declaration denying paternity and setting forth facts establishing a reasonable possibility of the nonexistence of sexual contact between the parties, require the child, mother, and alleged fathers to submit to scientific tests that are generally acceptable within the scientific community to show a probability of paternity. The court shall direct that the tests be conducted by a qualified technical laboratory.

(3) The test results, together with the opinions and conclusions of the test laboratory, shall be filed with the court. Any objection to the test results must be made in writing and must be filed with the court at least 10 days prior to the hearing. If no objection is filed, the test results shall be admitted into evidence without the need for predicate to be laid or third-party foundation testimony to be presented. Nothing in this paragraph prohibits a party from calling an outside expert witness to refute or support the testing procedure or results, or the mathematical theory on which they are based. Upon the entry of the order for scientific testing, the court must inform each person to be tested of the procedure and requirements for objecting to the test results and of the consequences of the failure to object. [More]

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