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Oklahoma State Paternity Laws

posted by DNA Identifiers @ 2:52 PM
Friday, July 24, 2009

oklahoma

The below information is a general guide to Oklahoma State Paternity Laws. Please conduct further research on your state laws for current or updated information or contact a family attorney for professional legal advice. For information on state collection locations, click here.

Link: Establishing Paternity

Link: Oklahoma Supreme Court Paternity Registration Form

Required Probability of Paternity for Okalhoma Courts: 99%

Required Paternity Index: None at this time

Current Oklahoma Paternity Law: Statute Title 10

§10-7700-637.  Binding effect of determination of parentage.

A.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection B of this section, a determination of parentage is binding on:
1.  All signatories to an acknowledgment or denial of paternity as provided in Article 3 of the Uniform Parentage Act; and
2.  All parties to an adjudication by a court acting under circumstances that satisfy the jurisdictional requirements of Section 601-201 of Title 43 of the Oklahoma Statutes.
B.  A child is not bound by a determination of parentage under the Uniform Parentage Act unless:
1.  The determination was based on an unrescinded acknowledgment of paternity and the acknowledgment is consistent with the results of genetic testing;
2.  The adjudication of parentage was based on a finding consistent with the results of genetic testing and the consistency is declared in the determination or is otherwise shown; or
3.  The child was a party or was represented in the proceeding determining parentage by an attorney or guardian ad litem.
C.  In a proceeding to dissolve a marriage, the court is deemed to have made an adjudication of the parentage of a child if the court acts under circumstances that satisfy the jurisdictional requirements of Section 601-201 of Title 43 of the Oklahoma Statutes and the final order:
1.  Expressly identifies a child as a “child of the marriage”, “issue of the marriage”, or similar words indicating that the husband is the father of the child; or
2.  Provides for support of the child by the husband unless paternity is specifically disclaimed in the order.
D.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection B of this section, a determination of parentage may be a defense in a subsequent proceeding seeking to adjudicate parentage by an individual who was not a party to the earlier proceeding.
E.  A party to an adjudication of paternity may challenge the adjudication only under law of this state relating to appeal, vacation of judgments, or other judicial review.

Link: Oklahoma Statue Title 10

This information is a general guide. Research your state laws for current information or contact a family attorney.

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