Paternity Test Confirms Former World Chess Champion is Not the Father

Bobby Fischer, who was the world chess champion from 1972 until 1975, body was exhumed to provide a DNA sample for a paternity test to determine if he was the father of 9 year old girl from the Philippines.
Aug. 20, 2010 - PRLog -- When Bobby Fischer died in 2008 in Iceland he left no will.  With his passing a legal request made its way to Iceland’s Supreme Court which granted permission for his body to be exhumed to obtain a DNA sample for a paternity test.  Recently it was reported that Mr. Fischer has been determined to not be the father of the child in question.

One of Arizona’s leading paternity test providers, Arizona Mobile DNA, is frequently involved in cases dealing with inheritance and child support issues for their clients across Arizona.  Arizona Revised Statute §25-804 allows a parent to institute a paternity proceeding during a pregnancy.  It also requires that child support proceedings must be started before a child’s 18th birthday, except in unique circumstances.  

A birth certificate with a father’s name on it is evidence of paternity in Arizona in a court of law, but is little more.  In order to prove beyond a doubt the identity of the father, an Order of Paternity may be sought by the presiding court.

Arizona Mobile DNA Testing Services has quickly become a favorite of the public and family law attorneys as people from across the state have discovered the convenience of utilizing the on-site paternity testing services provided by the company.

The Arizona DNA testing company utilizes Chromosomal Laboratories, Inc., an AABB accredited reference laboratory, making the results admissible in all 50 states.  “The results of the Bobby Fischer paternity test now open a new chapter in the saga to determine who will inherit his estate,” reported Ilaiza Cochrane, President of Arizona Mobile DNA Services, LLC.  “If your family needs a paternity test that may be used in a court of law be sure to utilize a legal, or court admissible, paternity test as private paternity tests are not admissible in a court of law.”

Interested individuals, paternity attorneys, doctors’ offices, medical labs and other parties can learn more about paternity testing in Arizona by visiting, emailing or calling (602) 510-5195.

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