The standard of proof in any action to establish parentage shall be by clear and convincing evidence. All relevant evidence on the issue of paternity shall be admissible. Such evidence may include, but shall not be limited to, the following:
2. Medical or anthropological evidence relating to the alleged parentage of the child based on tests performed by experts. If a person has been identified by the mother as the putative father of the child, the court may, and upon request of a party shall, require the child, the known parent, and the alleged parent to submit to appropriate tests;
6. A true copy of an acknowledgment pursuant to § 20-49.5; and
7. An admission by a male between the ages of fourteen and eighteen pursuant to § 20-49.6.
1988, cc. 866, 878; 1992, c. 516.