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Do I need a DNA test to prove paternity?

By Florida Law Advisers, P.A. |

You may not need to take a DNA test to establish paternity under Florida law. If both parents agree on who the father is a DNA test should not be necessary for the paternity case.

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How do I establish paternity in Florida?

By Florida Law Advisers, P.A. |

Paternity can be established by filing a petition to establish paternity with the court. Additionally, you can add paternity to a child support or custody case. Typically, it is most efficient to have paternity, custody, and support in one case, rather than three separate court cases.

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