For a lot of men today uncertainty about whether or not they are the biological father of a child is becoming more commonplace. With the influx, uncertainty comes with many men are attempting to find the best way they can find out whether they are the biological father of a child they believe may or may not be their own.
Over the years, People have attempted some ways to reconcile paternity that does not have very a high accuracy of determining paternity. In some of these instances are lodged in belief and not in scientific fact. While another hand, there is the most accurate way to reconcile paternity. Today, we will share with you some of the not so accurate ways to know if you are the father of a child and the most accurate way to determine paternity.
Looking at the color of a child’s eyes. Not accurate
Looking at the texture and the child’s hair color. Not accurate
Relying on phenotype (facial features). Not accurate
Listening to friends and family speculate about paternity. Not accurate
Blood typing can exclude who the father a child may be but, It cannot determine who the biological father of a child is.
The most accurate and efficient option to date is to perform a DNA Paternity Test. Paternity testing depending on the specimens used have an accuracy of determining the probability of paternity between an alleged father and child of 99.99%. This is the preferred option accepted by state and professional institutions when the issue of paternity needs to be determined.
If you are uncertain whether you are the biological father of a child and you would like to perform a paternity test. Please contact our office today at 973-609-5102 to for appointments. Remember, we are here to help.