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In a paternity case, the court or a party to the case may request genetic testing. Failure to comply with genetic testing may result in a finding of civil contempt, which may be punishable by jail time. See Neb. Rev. Stat. § 43-1414.
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Possibly. If paternity is already resolved through marriage, a signed acknowledgment of paternity, or administrative or judicial court order, the State of Nebraska does not offer genetic testing.
Possibly. Contact the Child Support Office at (402) 441-8715 or (877) 631-9973 (toll free) to determine if your case is eligible for genetic testing with costs waived.
The DNA Diagnostic Center (DDC) is the lab that the State of Nebraska uses to conduct Genetic Testing; currently, the cost is $30 per person.