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Use the online form and we will help you to obtain your official birth certificates. If any party refuses to submit to the tests, the court may resolve the question of paternity against the party or enforce its order if the rights of others and the interests of justice so require. I know who my birth mother and have had contact with her over the last 13 years. The fee is 25 cents per copy. I tell folks to contact the court in the county where the person was born and ask if they have procedures for petitioning the court for the records, if any, and for an order to release the OBC. Divorces records for were recorded in the private laws section of the Territorial Legislature's Session Laws.
Please Note: The information contained on these pages is not guaranteed, as addresses and prices change frequently. It is recommended that you confirm the price and address by calling the vital records office before you place your order.
The only birth and death records available before are those contained in records donated by a Doctor. They cover the period from to If you wish to inquire about a birth or death during this period, send as much information as you can.
They will bill you if your record is found. Clerk of the District Court P. Box Atchison KS Marriage records are available from to the present.
If any party refuses to submit to the tests, the court may resolve the question of paternity against the party or enforce its order if the rights of others and the interests of justice so require. The tests shall be made by experts qualified as genetic examiners who shall be appointed by the court.
The verified written report of the experts shall be admitted into evidence as provided in subsection c unless the court finds that paternity of the child is not in issue.
If such notice is given, the experts shall be called by the court as witnesses to testify as to their findings and shall be subject to cross-examination by the parties. Any party may demand that other experts, qualified as genetic examiners, perform independent tests under order of the court, the results of which may be offered in evidence.
The number and qualification of the other experts shall be determined by the court. If no challenge is made, the genetic test results shall be admissible as evidence of paternity without the need for foundation testimony or other proof of authenticity or accuracy. Toggle navigation.