If a Court that has jurisdiction orders you to submit the child to DNA testing, you would have to comply.
If you and the child live in Texas it is unlikely that Florida has any jurisdiction over this case.
If you voluntarily appear in an action in Florida, you waive the right to claim lack of personal jurisdiction unless your first appearance is a special appearance solely on a motion to quash service of process based on lack of jurisdiction.
I hope this information is helpful.
She was born in FL, but I moved from there when she was 2 weeks old. Is that considered jurisdiction if she was born in the state of FL?
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