Question: Can I use Ancestry.com to order child support?
Answer: I think you’re asking whether you can use a commercial DNA testing service to prove in court that you are or are not the biological father of a child for the purposes of deciding the child support issue, the answer is:
Yes, if the mother and the court agree to accept the test results as accurate. This is unlikely, but possible.
No, if the mother and the court agree to accept the test results as accurate, in which case the court will order you and the child to submit to DNA testing approved by the court.
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