Legal Paternity Test

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What is Paternity Testing?

The paternity test determines whether a male can be a child's biological father on the basis of scientific evidence. DNA testing determines paternity by comparing the child's DNA profile with that of the alleged father.

Legal vs At-Home Testing

In legal, court-admissible cases, our network of labs must certify the chain of custody of the specimen, which must come from a one of our collection sites that is approved by the court. "Legal" DNA tests are necessary when the results of a DNA test will be used for legal purposes, such as child support, social security, or custody matters. These are not intended to be used in a court of law and are not considered admissible in court. At-home DNA tests provide the same information as legal DNA tests; however, they are NOT considered to be admissible in court.


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DNA testing is needed to establish paternity in legal cases.

The LEGAL TEST Paternity Test

What is the right time to purchase a paternity DNA test?

For legal purposes such as child support, social security, or child custody, a paternity or maternity test can be used to establish an individual's parentage. In addition, the test can be used to put a parent's name on a birth certificate. Keeping legal chain of custody of your sample is of the utmost importance to, so the sample can be used as proof in court. The latest technology is used to produce the highest quality results. 99.99% of non-fathers are excluded by our highly accurate tests. Your samples are transported securely, safely, and efficiently by us.

In a legal DNA test, what types of samples are tested?

A buccal swab is the most common type of sample. An inside of your cheek is gently rubbed with a cotton swab to collect this sample. You may also provide blood samples.
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Schedule An Appointment

Once your order has been confirmed and payment is processed, you will be contacted by a representative for an appointment to collect your specimen, or you can call us instead. Over 13,000 locations worldwide are connected to, and more than 1,900 are in the US. You will be helped to locate the collection location that is most convenient for you.n location. We are available to assist you Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm Central Time.


What are the best times to purchase a non-legal at-home test?

Buying a non-legal at-home test is the best way to determine the paternity or maternity of a child if you're not involved in a court matter. The results should be subjected to a legal test if they may be needed for legal reasons. Both legal and non-legal testing is conducted by using the same technology. Unlike legal tests, non-legal or at-home tests allow samples to be collected at your home without following the legal chain-of-custody protocol. 99.99% of men who aren't fathers are excluded by our highly precise tests.

What kind of sample is tested with an at-home test?

You will receive a DNA collection kit. Each kit will contain 4 cotton swabs for the person providing the sample for testing. Samples of DNA can be collected at home by rubbing a cotton swab against the inside of the cheek.
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