DNA Paternity Labs

Did you know?


DNA Paternity testing is 99.99% accurate, and is the only method for determining paternity that can claim this.


Paternity testing is the only way to legally prove a paternal/genetic relationship in court cases where paternity has not already been established.


One in three men tested are found not to be the alleged father.


The testing procedure is fast and painless, no blood will be drawn, it is as easy as brushing your teeth. We simply swab the inside of your cheek with a cotton swab to collect the sample.

The alleged father does not have to be available to determine paternity, an aunt; uncle; brother; sister; cousin; grand-parent; or parent... can be used in place of the alleged father in determining paternity.


All members of the party do not have to reside in the same state or area for us to perform testing. We have locations in every state across the US and in Puerto Rico. We can setup separate appointments for each person to have a sample collected at different facilities.

Your result are strictly confidential... the results will only be given to the parties involved in the testing or the party requesting the testing. None of your personal information will be given to anyone without your permission.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Why should I choose dnapaternitylabs.com?

A: All of our labs accredited. We provide 99.99% accurate result in less time than the other sites you find on the internet. We keep all of your information confidential... none of your information is given out to anyone without your permission. All of our genetic samples are tested twice to guarantee accurate results. These tests are done individually and treated as separate cases. When you purchase our services it is like buying two tests for the same purpose, this is the only way to guarantee accuracy.


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Q: How soon do I get my results?

A: In most cases you'll have the results of your tests in 48 hours from the time our laboratory begins processing your samples. For more information on how this works feel free to give us a call and speak a member of our staff. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have.


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Q: Can I use my result in court?

A: Yes, your results will be admissible in court as long as order a legally admissible test. Please be sure to notify the representative that you require this form of testing. To use genetic testing results in court in the United States specific procedures must be followed. Additionally the laboratory that performs the testing must be AABB accredited. Our parent labs are AABB accredited.

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Q: Can you determine paternity if the alleged fathers are siblings or related?

A: Yes, we can use the unique genetic markers from each of the alleged fathers to determine which of the two individuals, is the biological father of the child in question.

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Q: Do you have locations close to my home?

A: Yes, we have testing and collection facilities located all over the US and in Puerto Rico to gather and test all of our genetic samples.

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Q: What do you do with my personal information?

A: All of your personal information that is gathered during the process is kept on file in our facilities and laboratory locations. This information is strictly confidential and is not given out to any party unless you request it to be. We guarantee that all of your information is safe and will not get into the wrong hands.

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Legal Cases:

In the United States all genetic testing performed for use in court including; government child support agencies, welfare benefits offices and immigration authorities, and cases involving embassies overseas in petitions for family based immigration must be performed by an AABB accredited laboratory. These cases require strict chains of custody be followed and testing has to meet specific standards.

 


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OUR PARENT LABS ARE ACCREDITED:
American Association of Blood Banks Accredited US Department of Health Forensic Quality Services Texas Department of Public Safety US Department of Homeland Security International Organization for Standardization