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Paternity Test


What is a Paternity Test?
A paternity test determines the biological father of a particular child.
It is performed by collecting a small sample of DNA from the father and the child.
DNA is unique to every person and can determine offspring as half of the DNA is passed onto the child.
Every genetic code contains 46 chromosomes, 23 from the mother and 23 from the father.
When 23 chromosomes match that of the father's genetic code, the test is conclusive and proves the biological link between father and child.
DNA centers such as ours, offer two types of paternity tests; legal and home.

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Why Should I Get a Paternity Test?


There are two main reasons to get a paternity test. First, is the more common
Legal DNA Test. Below is a list of cases where there is a legal requirement for a paternity test.

- Child Custodies
- Child Support
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Adoptions
- Will and Estates
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Immigration
- Tax Purposes
- Birth Certificates


We accompany the above tests with legal documents stating the results to be used in court proceedings.
The second main reason for a paternity test is for personal knowledge.
We offer a
Home DNA Test that can be ordered online.
There are simple step-by-step instructions on how to complete the test.
Samples are sent to our laboratories for analysis and results are mailed to you. The results obtained from the Home DNA test are not a legally binding in any way.

How is my DNA collected?
DNA can be found in most cells in the body. A test sample can be easily obtained from a variety of sources. The most common method is taking cells from the inside cheek of the mouth called buccal cells.
This is performed by gently rubbing a cotton swap inside of the mouth.
Is DNA testing accurate?

It has been long considered DNA testing to be very accurate.
Studies show that DNA testing is 99.9% accurate.
Does the baby have to be born to conduct the test?
No.

A DNA test can be performed while in the womb. There are two methods depending on the stage of the baby's development.
If the child is still in the early stages of development, a sample of the placenta is taken for analysis.
During the second and third trimester, the test is conducted by taking a sample amniotic fluid from the womb.
Both tests are just as accurate as
standard DNA testing.
How long does it take to obtain test results?
Results of standard DNA testing generally take less than two weeks. However, prenatal DNA testing can take three to four weeks.
How much is a paternity test going to cost me?
Several years ago paternity testing was costly.
With advance technology, testing has become much more affordable and proper tests can be conducted for a few hundred dollars.
Fully Licensed.
Paternity Center™ is fully licensed we provide 100% accurate DNA test result, these results cannot be disputed and can be used in a court of law.
international.
We provide DNA testing all over the world even if you and the over tested party are in different state or country.
Confidentiality.
We offer complete confidentiality with testing all testing and results are for your eyes only.
Ways to collect samples:By Paternity Center™
Self-made cheek swab, FTA Classic Card, Whole Blood
Cord Blood, Bloodstains, Sperm (Semen), Toenail or Fingernail Clippings,
Amniotic Fluid, Chorionic Villus Sampling, Fetal Tissue ,Chewed Chewing Gum 
Cigarette Butts, Hard Candy, Used Condom
Semen Stains On Clothing, Used Tampons or Used Feminine Pads, Sweaty Hat or Ball Cap
Hocked Loogie (spit), Plucked Hair, Q-tips with earwax
Snotty Kleenexes, Urine, Electric Razor Debris.
If you have questions or would like to discuss any of the tests listed above, feel free to give us a call.

Fees and Methods of Payment:
methods of payment 
cash, money orders, pay-pal, cashiers checks and credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, and Discover).
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