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Austin Texas 78745

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Austin Texas 78748

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Child Support/ DNA Paternity Fraud Effective May 12, 2011

DNA PATERNITY FRAUD - What you need to know:

DNA Paternity Fraud occurs when a woman has a child but misrepresents to a man who is the actual father. Usually the woman does not tell the true father that he is the actual father. In paternity fraud there are two men being defrauded – the falsely accused man and the biological father.

Prior Texas law barred a man who was found (or adjudicated) to be the father from ever again challenging his paternity, or his duty to pay child support, even if the mother of the child flaunted the fact that the man was not the father of the child.

Effective May 12, 2011 , a new statute, the Texas DNA Paternity Fraud Law, gives relief to men who have erroneously been found to be the father of a child and allows a father to terminate his parental rights. If the alleged father can prove through DNA testing that the child he is ordered to pay support for is not biologically his, then he would be released from his child support obligation.

In Texas, there is a four-year statute of limitations for challenging paternity. Until the new law went into effect, if mistaken paternity was not timely identified and legally challenged, Texas law prohibited a later paternity challenge by the child's presumed father. As a result, many victims of paternity fraud have paid child support even though DNA testing excluded them as the father.

The new law provides a procedure for victims of paternity fraud to challenge their alleged paternity even though the four-year limitations period may have run. To take advantage of the new law, a man must file a paternity challenge before September 1, 2012. After September 1, 2012, a man may challenge paternity no later than the first anniversary of the date on which he first learned that he is not the child's biological father.

Only certain situations fall within the new law-specifically, where there was no genetic testing and (i) a man was held by a court to be the father of a child, or (ii) a man signed an acknowledgement of paternity based on misrepresentations by the mother that he is the child's father. Paternity, however, may not be challenged under the new law if (i) the man adopted the child, (ii) the child was conceived by assisted reproduction agreed to by the man, or (iii) the man is the child's intended father under a gestational agreement approved by a court.

Through DNA Paternity Testing, thousands of men have been excluded as the biological father of children they mistakenly believed to be their kids. Some common mistakes: At the time a child is born, if the parties are NOT married, the mother and the alleged father are given a packet of paperwork containing forms such as a birth certificate application and an Acknowledgement of Paternity better known as an "AOP". Once a father signs the AOP, he cannot request DNA testing through the Office of the Attorney General. Instead, he must spend money to hire an attorney to file a Petition to Rescind or Set Aside the AOP, which requires more time and cost. While signing an AOP does confer upon the father a finding of paternity along with rights of a parent, signing an AOP is damaging and costly, particularly if there is a good chance you are NOT the father. At Assured DNA, we are here to help. Please call us at (512) 480-8378, for more information on this topic.


1. If you suspect you may not be the biological father of the child, do NOT sign the Acknowledgement of Paternity (AOP).

2. Many fathers are confused about their rights and the mothers consent to DNA Testing. "You do not need the mothers consent for a DNA Test". You already have the consent. Heres how. If the mother of the child names you the father of her child. The consent was given to you at that time to act and make decisions for your allege child.

3. If you take a DNA test without the mother's participation, it is NOT a good idea to disclose to her DNA test results that reveal you ARE the father. Only disclose if you have been excluded as the father, you are NOT the father of the child.

4. Most clients wanting a DNA Test assume they are unable to take the test due to the child or the alleged father residing in another city or state. That is false. Our company has the ability to test parties at different locations on a daily basis. The procedure is easy. First, we ask for your physical address to find a DNA Testing site with our company in a location near you. Second, using our database, we find the closest DNA Testing site for your city. In many cases, DNA Testing sites are located within minutes of our client's address. Once you agree to use our services, Assured DNA coordinates with another DNA Testing site that will collect your DNA. You would then be given the DNA Testing site contact information. At your convenience, you call and schedule your appointment. There is an additional fee of $50.00, for this procedure. If you need more information on testing individuals in different locations, please feel free to call our office at (512) 480-8378.

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