Paternity testing is needed when there are doubts regarding the father's identity. It is beneficial where the father may be trying to shirk his responsibilities, or there could be a lack of trust among partners or a case of multiple partners. DNA testing sets all doubts to rest forever as it is the most precise test.

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Legal paternity test results are court admissible and can help prove rights for child custody and child support, social security, life insurance, military benefits, and ownership of inheritance. Our proprietary NX1 process adds rapid extraction, forensic-level analysis, and custom reporting to deliver a next-business-day result that is 100% accuracy guaranteed.

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It is well known that a child inherits his DNA from his parents in about equal amounts. Paternity testing compares the child's sample to that of the alleged father, and the result is provided in a percentage of probability. Before deciding to go in for a paternity test, it is better to analyze its reason. There are two types of tests available depending on the test's purpose. If there is any likelihood of presenting the result in court, strict procedures must be followed so as not to be challenged later. This is the legal paternity test and is usually required in child support and custody, birth certificate, legal claim in property, adoption, immigration, court orders, and so on.

It also helps in cases where pregnancy results from rape. In such situations, it is essential to follow the chain of custody procedure, which emphasizes correctly identifying the persons from whom the sample is collected. Typically the concerned persons are required to go to the collection center along with proof of identity, they would also be photographed, and their fingerprints will be taken. Further samples need to be collected by disinterested parties. All this ensures that the results will be legally admissible in court.

However, there are situations when you decide to go in for paternity testing only for your and your partner's mental satisfaction or to know the family medical history inherited from the child. This helps find out genetic disorders, if any, and provides appropriate health care to the child. In such a scenario, one can also opt for home paternity testing. In this, you can provide samples from the privacy of your home without being subjected to any identification process. You can place an order at TESTING4DNA, and the sample collection kit will be sent to you along with instructions.

Though Paternity Testing is a foolproof method of finding out the child's birth father and can help clear doubts, it is better to think out the repercussions before taking the plunge and be mentally prepared to handle them. If you have decided upon it, it is advisable to have the test taken as early as possible before an emotional bond forms between the father and child. Genomics can help resolve complex paternity issues efficiently, giving you peace of mind.

Ways to collect samples:

Self-made cheek swab, FTA Classic Card, Whole Blood, Our DNA Kit, Blood stains, Sperm (Semen), Fingernail Clippings, Amniotic Fluid, Chorionic Villus Sampling, Fetal Tissue, Chewed Chewing Gum, Cingerete Butts, Hard Candy, Used Condom, Semen Stains, Used Tampons, Used Feminine Pads, Plucked Hair, Tooth brushes, Q-tips with earwax, Snotty Kleenexes, Electric Razor Debris, Urine, spit.