New Hampshire DNA Paternity Testing To Change Name On Birth Certificate
New Hampshire Birth Certificate Vital Statistic Information:
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New Hampshire Legal DNA Paternity Testing Laws & Statutes:
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According to the Laws of New Hampshire and paternity statute 522:1
BLOOD TEST TO DETERMINE PATERNITY
522:1 Authority for DNA Test. –
I. In a civil action in which paternity is a contested and relevant issue, the mother, child, and putative father shall submit to blood, tissue typing, and/or genetic marker tests which may include, but are not limited to, tests of red cell antigens, serum proteins, and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) analysis. The genetic samples collected shall be subject to safeguarding and confidentiality procedures and used exclusively for purposes of paternity testing. Testing shall be ordered as follows:
(a) The court may order genetic paternity testing upon the motion of any party or upon its own initiative. If the court determines that a motion for testing is made for the purpose of delay, the court may deny the motion. The court may order payment of costs related to testing. If any party refuses to submit to such tests, the court may resolve the question of paternity against such party.
(b) The department of health and human services (the department) may order genetic paternity testing upon agreement of the parties or upon the request of any party, if the request is supported by a sworn statement alleging paternity and setting forth facts which reasonably establish the requisite sexual contact; or denying paternity and setting forth facts which reasonably establish a lack of the requisite sexual contact. The state shall pay the costs related to such testing, subject to recoupment from the father if paternity is established.
II. For genetic paternity testing pursuant to RSA 522:1, I(b) the following administrative procedures apply: [More]
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