DNA testing is a common method used to resolve cases in Florida involving paternity issues, especially when child support is being sought by a custodial parent. Oftentimes, results can mean the difference between being required to make support payments and being relieved of the obligation to do so. While no DNA test is completely accurate at 100 percent, the outcome of these tests comes very close at 99.9 percent certainty when performed at a facility that's AABB (American Association of Blood Banks) accredited or approved.
There are several reasons why unmarried fathers in Florida might want to establish paternity of their children. Mothers who have children might also benefit by having the paternity of their children established.