Tennessee DNA Testing Laws & Statutes

Tennessee Legal DNA Paternity Testing To Change Name On Birth Certificate

Tennessee Birth Certificate Vital Statistic Information:

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

Tennessee Legal DNA Paternity Testing To Change Name On Birth Certificate

Tennessee (TN) Vital Records
Tennessee Bureau of Vital Statistics
421 5th Avenue North
1st floor, Central Services Building
Nashville, TN 37243
Tennessee (TN) Vital Statistic Application
Phone (615) 741-3111

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Tennessee Legal Paternity DNA Testing Laws & Statutes:

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According to the Laws of Tennessee and paternity statute 24-7-112

Acknowledgment of paternity

(a) A voluntary acknowledgment of paternity which is completed under the provisions of § 68-3-203(g), § 68-3-302, or § 68-3-305

(b) or under similar provisions of another state or government shall constitute a legal finding of paternity on the individual named as the father of the child in the acknowledgment, subject to rescission as provided in subsection
(c). The acknowledgment, unless rescinded pursuant to subsection (c), shall be conclusive of that father’s paternity without further order of the court.

(b) (1) A voluntary acknowledgment of paternity which is completed under the provisions of § 68-3-203(g), § 68-3-302, or § 68-3-305(b), or under similar provisions of another state or government, when certified by the state registrar or other governmental entity maintaining the record of the acknowledgment, or the copy of the voluntary acknowledgment completed pursuant to § 68-3-302(d), shall be a basis for establishing a support order without requiring any further proceedings to establish paternity.
(2) An acknowledgment of paternity executed as described in subdivision (b)(1) shall be entitled to full faith and credit in any judicial or administrative proceeding in this state.
(3) No judicial or administrative proceedings are required, nor shall any such proceedings be permitted, to ratify an unchallenged acknowledgment of paternity in order to create the conclusive status of the acknowledgment of paternity.

(c) A signatory to a voluntary acknowledgment shall be permitted to rescind the voluntary acknowledgment at the earlier of: [More]

 

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