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ORDER CHILD SUPPORT
DNA PATERNITY TESTING
PATERNITY SUIT
PATERNITY TEST
NATION
BATTLE
AUTHOR
PROBLEMS
SPECIES
DNA TEST
PRINCE ALBERT
SON
DNA ANALYSIS
DNA
DETERMINATION
CHILD SUPPORT
DIVORCE
DRUSUS
FATHER
CHILD
SPOUSE
ESTOPPEL
EQUITABLE ESTOPPEL
PRESUMPTION
TIME
CUSTODY
PATERNITY
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Definitions

  1. Paternity is the social and legal acknowledgment of the parental relationship between a father and his child.
  2. Paternity, the state of being a father, can be legally established in several ways.
  3. Once paternity is determined, the court can consider the issues of custody, visitation, and child support.
  4. In law, Paternity is the legal acknowledgment of the parental relationship between a man and a child usually based on several factors.
  5. Extra-pair paternity was defined as the percentage of offspring sired by males other than the attending male.

Order Child Support

  1. The decree of divorce documents and verifies that Warshauer did not adjudicate the paternity of Susan's child or order child support.

Dna Paternity Testing

  1. The Court accepts DNA paternity testing as conclusive evidence of paternity.

Paternity Suit

  1. November 1: Steve Williams is cleared in a paternity suit brought forth by a California woman, who claimed Williams was the father of her daughter.

Paternity Test

  1. The father can either submit to a paternity test, or a court order can be obtained to force the potential father into taking the test.

Nation

  1. In July 1963, two former secretaries of Elijah Muhammad filed paternity suits against the head of the Nation of Islam.
  2. Now, if any nation ought to be allowed to claim a sacred origin and point back to a divine paternity that nation is Rome.

Battle

  1. As Nadal gears up for battle, Federer takes paternity leave.
  2. While the battle over paternity tests continues, Justice Minister Zypries has also announced an overhaul of German laws on alimony.

Author

  1. The right of paternity refers to a right of an author to claim authorship of work and a right to prevent all others from claiming authorship of his work.
  2. The author focuses on topics about dna paternity testing and dna testing.

Problems

  1. At that time, the founders of IMRO probably did not know what problems the paternity of the Committee was to cause these days.
  2. When she learned that there were problems with the paternity test, she convinced Deacon Sharpe (Sean Kanan) to run another test.

Species

  1. In many species, males try to ensure paternity by monopolising a female's sexual activity while she is on heat but men cannot do this.
  2. For species with cooperative breeding systems, extra-pair paternity was defined as the percentage of offspring sired by males other than the attending males.

Dna Test

  1. For persons wishing to dispute paternity, they have to timely oppose a petition to establish paternity, and request that a DNA test be done.
  2. The story centered on Ms. Hunter's refusal to take a DNA test to determine the paternity of her 5-month-old daughter, but that was not what startled me.

Prince Albert

  1. Prince Albert has admitted paternity of two children, though both are illegitimate.

Son

  1. Nicholas is said to be demanding a paternity test for Lucas to be sure he is his son.

Dna Analysis

  1. Using PCR technology, DNA analysis is widely applied to determine genetic family relationships such as paternity, maternity, siblingship and other kinships.

Dna

  1. When Booth's team analyzed the DNA of the young snakes, they found no evidence of paternity by any of the males who'd mated with their mother previously.
  2. GTL specializes in DNA and paternity tests and testing services.

Determination

  1. Response: A paternity determination, like a judgment, even though entitled to full faith and credit is generally subject to collateral attack.

Child Support

  1. TOM JONES lost a paternity suit in July of 1989 and was ordered to pay $200 a week in child support to 27 year old, Katherine Berkery, of New York.

Divorce

  1. Specific areas of representation include marriage and relationship planning, divorce, paternity, child custody, and child support.
  2. Parties frequently settle divorce or paternity cases between themselves without going to trial.

Drusus

  1. There has been some speculation about the paternity of Drusus, some suggesting that he was Augustus' biological son.

Father

  1. His father, the Spanish painter Miguel Utrillo (1862-1934), only admitted paternity eight years after Maurice's birth.
  2. The songs tell the story of a young man who, like Vedder, learns that he had been lied to about his paternity and that his real father is dead ("Alive").
  3. After initially denying paternity of Chance, DNA tests revealed that Combs is in fact her father.

Child

  1. If you have a child or children and neither common law marriage nor statutory marriage (judge or minister) apply, paternity is the proper remedy.
  2. Edwards adamantly denied during an interview with ABC News last summer that he had fathered a child with Hunter, and he welcomed a paternity test.

Spouse

  1. Pausanias also founded equally the paternity of Laodamia, spouse of Arcas, eponymous heroes of Arcadia.

Estoppel

  1. A possible result of the first option is paternity by estoppel; the other course creates the risk of damage to the relationship with the woman.

Equitable Estoppel

  1. Mark D. (7 N.Y.3d 320 [2006]), the Court set forth the law applicable to equitable estoppel in paternity and child support proceedings.

Presumption

  1. That is either spouse could (rather easily) challenge the presumption of paternity.
  2. By establishing a presumption of paternity and therefore legitimacy, the rule promoted family stability and integrity.

Time

  1. In the course of time she gave birth to a son, whose name was Bern and who bore marks, in the shape of a bear's ears, of his paternity.
  2. However, just in time, Aegeas caught sight of the sword which he had left Theseus to be a mark of his paternity, and dashed the cup from his hands.
  3. Around the time that Tiberius died, Agrippina became pregnant and Domitius acknowledged the paternity of the child.

Custody

  1. Another important use of DNA fingerprints in the court system is to establish paternity in custody and child support litigation.

Paternity

  1. However, proof of paternity has been intrinsically problematic and so social rules often determined who would be regarded as a father e.g.
  2. Basically, a conclusive presumption has the same legal effect as a judgment or determination of paternity.
  3. Family Court ordered DNA tests at Mark D.'s request and the DNA saliva swab test excluded paternity.

Categories

  1. Family > Marriage > Divorce > Family Court
  2. Society > Family > Childhood > Child Support
  3. Intrinsically
  4. Custody
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