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NEW! Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity

Why wait 9 months? DNA Test Today.

Now Available Testing while you are pregnant?
...Only requires a blood sample for the mother
and a cheek swab from the alleged father.
Paternity Testing Services
Our Home Paternity DNA Test compares a
child's DNA with that of an "alleged father" to
determine if there is a match. Simply collect
your own DNA samples and mail them to our
laboratory for processing.

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Our Legal Paternity DNA Test compares a
child's DNA with that of an "alleged father" to
determine if there is a match.

This test requires that all tested parties have
their DNA samples collected at a certified
facility - such as E-Laboratory Network, Local
A sibling DNA test is done to determine the
statistical likelihood that siblings share the
same biological parent. A sibling DNA test can
determine if you are full or half siblings, it will
also establish if you are completely unrelated.

Grandparent DNA testing will determine if a
grandmother and grandfather are the
biological relatives of their grandchild
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Our legal paternity test determines if a man is the biological father of a child, and provides written, court admissible results for use in child custody, child support, wills, or social security benefits. This is the most
commonly ordered type of DNA test. $397.00,

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Who needs a legal paternity test?

Men who want to know for sure if they are (or are not) the father of a child, and women who want to know which man is the true father of their child, need a legal paternity test if the results of the paternity test may be
needed for a legal purpose. Also, children born to unmarried parents may need this test to change their birth certificate or to gain survivor benefits. This test is frequently ordered in child custody and divorce proceedings
by attorneys, the mother, or the father.

A legal paternity test is administered by one of our professional technicians at one of our clinics, and processed by an AABB certified laboratory. The report is signed by our laboratory. The results of this DNA test are
court admissible for any purpose, including:

•        changing a birth certificate
•        petitioning for child custody
•        establishing paternity for child support purposes
•        changing wills and estates
•        proving right of inheritance
•        Survivor’s SSI or Social Security benefits

How do I schedule a test?

An appointment is required, but scheduling is very flexible. Try to book as early as possible to get the appointment time you want. Schedule conveniently by ordering a paternity test and indicating your appointment time
preferences, call us to make payment over the phone. Tell us when and where you wish to test, and let us know if the parties will test together, at the same time, or separately, or at different times. We’ll send you an email
with your appointment information.

If the time scheduled in your appointment letter don’t work for you, we’ll make changes, at no charge, of course!

You can test as many children as needed. You can go together or separately to your appointment(s), Home and hospital visits are available in some locations for $75– call for details. (678) 834-7472

Adults should bring photo ID. For kids, please have a birth certificate, social security card, or (for newborns) hospital discharge papers.

When will I get my results?

Generally, it takes 3 - 4 business days to obtain the results of a legal paternity test. The signed lab report is emailed to you, and an official hard copy is sent later via US mail, which takes an extra week or two to arrive.

Who determines the results of my test?

After our lab extracts the DNA from your specimens that (the cheek swabs), our geneticists study 21 genetic markers for each person. They perform a statistical analysis to determine the likelihood that the parties are
related. For paternity testing, that likelihood will always be either zero or greater than 99.9%.

Related Paternity Tests

Paternity Test ($275) Peace-of- Mind
Prenatal paternity Test ($1999)

Call (678) 834-7472 to order!