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Advice for How Distant Dads Can Get Back Into Their Child’s Life

Twenty-four million children in America (that’s one out of every three) currently live in homes where their biological father is not part of their life. Unfortunately, these kids are more likely to face financial challenges, use drugs, drop out of school or engage in criminal behavior.*

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Grandparent DNA testing in place of paternity testing

Paternity test questions may come from grandparents instead of the alleged father. Sometimes, the alleged father is not around for various reasons, and grandparents are left to question whether a child is a biological part of their family. Paternity testing is done with an alleged father and a child. So what happens if the parents of the alleged father are left with unanswered questions of paternity?

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