Fast DNA Testing legal testing offers the highest, most trusted standards in the industry:
Any Fast DNA Testing DNA test provides conclusive evidence that a tested man IS OR IS NOT the biological father of a child in question. For the test to be recognized as legally binding in court however, it must be conducted and documented in accordance with legal procedures which follow Chain of Custody rules.
Chain of custody documentation requires that
In addition, tested parties must complete Client Identification and Consent forms. In the case of testing of a minor, the child’s legal guardian is responsible for completing this form and consenting to the test.
If you anticipate that these results will be used in court to determine child support, custody, or inheritance issues, you must choose the Legal Test. If you are uncertain as to the best testing choice to meet your needs, please call us at 1-888-340-4644 for assistance from one of our counsellors.
Adults who are being tested in accordance to Chain of Custody rules must present government issued photo identification such as a drivers license, passport, of military ID. Tested parties under the age of 18 must present a social security card, birth certificate, crib card, or immunization record.
Each tested party will have a cotton swab passed inside their cheek to collect cells which will be used to compile the subject’s DNA profile. This simple, painless process is identical for adults and children.
Our Accuracy Guarantee
Industry wide, paternity tests are generated using as few as four markers, to as many as 16 markers.
Clear test results containing the statistical probability that the tested man is or is not the father are confidentially reported to individual who ordered the test. Timely results can be expected within 2 business days after the lab begins processing the samples.
Do you need to test additional participants such as another child or an another alleged father? Fast DNA Testing can help. We will test each additional participant for $125.
|How many children will be tested?|
1 Child, 2 Children, 3 Children