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Thank you. I suggest, she will need to Petition the Court to Order a DNA test. Unless it is for a medical necessity, the court may not order the test be done. But she can get the Petition to file for the DNA test from the clerk of the court in the state and county where he lives and she will file there. Again, she will want to be able to show how the knowledge of the biological Father is imperative to her health needs.
Otherwise, He is under no legal obligation to speak with her or cooperate with her demands.
As I stated, it must be filed in the Circuit/Superior Court in the state and county where he lives.
And there is no guarantee that a court will order it. She needs to show a medical necessity. And once he is served with the Petition he would be required to Respond as to why he does not feel the court should order it.