DNA Testing, Paternity Testing and DNA Tests in Ireland
International Biosciences have provided DNA Testing, Paternity Testing and DNA Tests in Ireland on numerous occasions and the number of cases is growing steadily. This is due to two main reasons. Firstly, the prohibitive cost of paternity testing in Ireland prevents men in many cases from proving that they are the father of their children and secondly a general lack of knowledge regarding DNA tests.
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DNA Testing in Ireland
Paternity testing in Ireland costs on average over £600 at the main Irish centre where it is performed. “I am amazed at the lack of information about paternity testing in Ireland”, says Alan Beirne, who is a spokesman for Parental Equality, the organisation that lobbies for equal parenting rights for fathers, estranged mothers and grandparents.
Paternity Testing in Ireland
In Ireland, the Status of Children Act maintains that children are the offspring of their mother’s husband unless it is proved otherwise. But for unmarried parents, there is a need for paternity testing. If an unmarried mother names a man as the father of her child on the birth certificate, she can then attempt to obtain maintenance from him in the family law courts. Equally, a man who suspects that he is the father of a particular child may find that the mother is unwilling to have him involved. Carrying out paternity testing will help in these situations.
DNA Tests in Ireland
We are able to provide DNA tests in Ireland from as little as £199, making paternity testing much more cost effective for people in Ireland than it has previously been.