Hi, thank you for your question. Who administered and undertook the first DNA test?
Thank you for confirming. In the circumstances you can request the detailed report from Cellmark, however, if your GP followed the procedure for obtaining your DNA correctly, as well as the evidential procedure when passing the DNA test to Cellmark, the DNA test cannot be challenged and the mother can continue to rely on it.
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Thank you. In the circumstances, and despite what the mother is saying, you will need to apply to court for a declaration of parentage - the form is here: http://hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk/HMCTS/GetForm.do?court_forms_id=2631
The court fee is £365 and you need to submit the form to the child's local family court.
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