Legal or In-Lab Paternity Testing. Nonlegal DNA Paternity Testing cannot be used in a court of law as evidence and is strictly for security and peace of mind between the mother and the father of a child.
Non-Invasive Prenantal DNA Paternity Testing
A prenatal test can be performed on or after the tenth week of the gestational period (pregnancy).
Post Mortem or “After Death” DNA Paternity Test
Is helpful in situations when one is trying to collect benefits of social security, life insurance, or trying to obtain medical records for future use.
Maternity DNA Testing
There are situations when determining the biological mother of a child is important.
Immigration is the first condition when Maternity DNA Testing is vital.
Siblingship DNA Test
Two individuals are tested to determine whether they are half or full siblings, i.e. share one or both of their biological parents.
Avuncular DNA Testing
Used to determine the relatedness between a child and his or her uncle or aunt in the event that the biological parent that links the relationship is deceased or unavailable for paternity or maternity testing.
Immigration DNA Testing
Any of our types of tests can be used for immigration as long as it is a Legal In Lab DNA Test.
DNA Testing for Tribal Enrollment
We have several connections with tribal nations to help with your enrollment procedures. We are familiar with the tribal courts and the paperwork that needs to be organized for tribal member enrollment.