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Paternity Testing in Dublin


Dublin, Ireland’s vibrant capital city is filled with beautiful green spaces, museums, art galleries, a fabulous nightlife and plenty of history. If you didn’t already know it, Dublin is the birthplace of writers such as Oscar Wilde, George Bernard Shaw and James Joyce. The book of Kells, an ancient text written by monks is held at Trinity college which is a piece of history worth seeing. Another famous landmark is the Ha’penny bridge over the River Liffey apparently one of the most photographed sights in Dublin. Dublin is also famous for Guinness and your trip wouldn’t be complete without savouring a pint while watching the world go by in one of its welcoming bars or pubs.

Live music is played on the streets and at venues across the city and Dublin is famous for producing many successful groups such as U2, Boyzone, Sinead O’Connor to name a few. The area of Temple bar is now slightly overrun with stag and hen parties but there are other areas popular with locals with a more authentic atmosphere to be found. Dublin has become a popular shopping destination particularly around Grafton Street and Henry Street, it’s the perfect place to wander round or even hire a bike with Dublinbikes self-service rental scheme and discover Dublin for yourself.

International Biosciences accept orders for paternity testing kits from Dublin, the surrounding areas and all of Ireland. We also have an authorised sample collection facility in Dublin for legal cases.

DNA Paternity Testing in Ireland

In Ireland, the Status of Children Act maintains that children are the offspring of their mother’s husband unless it is proved otherwise. But for unmarried parents, there is a need for paternity testing. If an unmarried mother names a man as the father of her child on the birth certificate, she can then attempt to obtain maintenance from him in the family law courts. Equally, a man who suspects that he is the father of a particular child may find that the mother is unwilling to have him involved. Paternity testing will help in these situations.

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