Legal DNA Tests
For individuals requiring a DNA test for legal purposes, including child support, paternity, child custody, immigration, adoptions, or any court-ordered DNA test, our legal DNA testing services offer precise and dependable results to meet your needs.
Approved by the court system
Choose your Legal DNA Relationship Test
The DNA Paternity Test provides conclusive evidence to determine the biological father of a child, confirming or disproving the alleged father’s paternity.
The DNA Maternity Test provides conclusive evidence to determine the biological mother of a child, confirming or disproving the alleged mother’s maternity.
The DNA Grandparent Test assesses the probability of an alleged grandparent being the biological grandparent of a child.
The DNA Sibling Test assesses the likelihood that two individuals are full siblings or half siblings.
The DNA Aunt/Uncle Test assesses the probability of an alleged aunt or uncle being the biological aunt or uncle of a child.
Judicially Recognized Testing
Our testing laboratory has obtained accreditations from AABB, CAP, and ISO17025, guaranteeing that our DNA test results meet the requirements for admissibility in court proceedings across all states in the United States.
Legal vs. Private DNA Testing
Legal and private DNA tests yield identical levels of accuracy. The sole distinction lies in the manner in which the samples are collected, with legal tests involving witnessed collection, while private tests allow for discreet, unsupervised collection.
Home DNA relationship tests are ideal for individuals seeking to privately ascertain the truth about a biological relationship before determining their next course of action.
In private knowledge testing, the DNA sample can be collected by anyone without the need for witnesses, fingerprinting, or other legal requirements. The sample collection process is simple, convenient, and takes only a few minutes to complete.
Court-approved DNA relationship tests are specifically designed for use in legal proceedings and are admissible as valid evidence of a biological relationship in court.
In the case of legal DNA testing, sample collection must be conducted and witnessed by an impartial third party who has no personal interest in the test outcome. You have the option to arrange your own sample collection and witnessing services, or our experienced team can assist you in scheduling sample collection appointments at one of our authorized collection facilities.