3 Ways A Paternity Test Can Save You Tax Money

If you’ve got a child in your life who you’re not sure is biologically yours, you’ve probably considered getting a paternity test done. Paternity tests have plenty of benefits beyond the obvious – did you know a paternity test could even help you save tax money in certain situations? If you’re questioning the heritage of…

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Is That Your Kid? Post-Holiday Paternity Tests

Family get-togethers are typically expected to be joy-filled gatherings bringing together families who have been apart for days, months, or even years to connect and make memories for our lifetimes. Over the holidays, families sometimes gather from around the country, and the generations bond over traditions. American families tend to eat together, participate in traditions…

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How To Get A Court Ordered DNA Test

A court-ordered DNA test can be used in many different legal scenarios, but they are most common in divorce cases, child custody, and child support claims, and almost always as a paternity test. A court-admissible DNA test simply means that it was conducted according to the standards required to the standards required in a court…

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Are DNA Paternity Tests Tax Deductible?

The short answer to the question “are DNA tests tax deductible?” is: It depends!  Of course, you will want to talk to a tax professional before taking any action related to the tax deductible nature of DNA testing. We are not accountants, but we want to help you stay on top of all things related…

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Are there different types of DNA tests?

When you think of DNA tests, the first thing that comes to your mind might be paternity tests – perhaps alongside a tearing of an envelope and the declaration that someone is or is not the father. But there are plenty more uses for DNA tests – some that don’t have anything to do with…

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Can you do a paternity test while pregnant?

Yes, you can do a paternity test while pregnant. You might worry that the DNA sample would have to come directly from the child, as with a typical DNA paternity test, and that sounds scary! But it is much more simple than that. In fact, this part of the test can be done non-invasively with…

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