Missouri Legal DNA Testing Laws & Statutes

Missouri legal DNA Paternity Testing To Change Name On Birth Certificate

Missouri Birth Certificate Vital Statistic Information:

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

Missouri legal DNA Paternity Testing To Change Name On Birth Certificate

Missouri (MO) Vital Records
Missouri Bureau of Vital Statistics
P.O. Box 570
Jefferson City, MO 65102
Missouri (MO) Vital Statistic Application
Phone (573) 751-6387

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Missouri Legal DNA Paternity Testing Laws & Statutes:

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According to the Laws of Missouri and paternity statute 210.822

210.822. Presumption of paternity–rebuttal of presumption, standard of proof.

1. A man shall be presumed to be the natural father of a child if:
(1) He and the child’s natural mother are or have been married to each other and the child is born during the marriage, or within three hundred days after the marriage is terminated by death, annulment, declaration of invalidity, or dissolution, or after a decree of separation is entered by a court; or

(2) Before the child’s birth, he and the child’s natural mother have attempted to marry each other by a marriage solemnized in apparent compliance with the law, although the attempted marriage is or may be declared invalid, and:
(a) If the attempted marriage may be declared invalid only by a court, the child is born during the attempted marriage or within three hundred days after its termination by death, annulment, declaration of invalidity or dissolution; or
(b) If the marriage is invalid without a court order, the child is born within three hundred days after the termination of cohabitation; or

(3) After the child’s birth, he and the child’s natural mother have married or attempted to marry each other by a marriage solemnized in apparent compliance with law, although the marriage is or may be declared invalid, and:
(a) He has acknowledged his paternity of the child in writing filed with the bureau; or
(b) With his consent, he is named as the child’s father on the child’s birth certificate; or
(c) He is obligated to support the child pursuant to a written voluntary promise or by court order; or

(4) An expert concludes that the blood tests show that the alleged parent is not excluded and that the probability of paternity is ninety-eight percent or higher, using a prior probability of 0.5. [More]

 

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