What is the definition of “Alleged Father”?
male who is asserted to be the biological father of a child. Another example: “The alleged father was proven not to be the biological father of the child upon completion of the DNA test.” • What if the alleged fathers are related? If the alleged fathers are related as brothers, father/son, or uncle/nephew, or if the alleged father is related to the child’s mother, then all related alleged fathers must be tested at the same time. This information must be disclosed at the time of purchase to reduce the possibility of implicating the wrong person. If the alleged fathers are identical twins, there is no way to determine which twin is the father of the child. • What is the chain of custody? Results from home DNA tests are normally not guaranteed admissible in a court of law due to the lack of the “chain of custody”. The chain of custody refers to the various chain of “hands” that the individual sample passes through. A legal chain of custody requires the samples to be collected in the prese