Legal Paternity Test $245

DNA testing that is performed for use in a legal court case, such as in a case of child support or legal immigration. Both of which require a legal chain of custody and testing in an accredited laboratory, that we can provide.

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At-home DNA - $195

An at-home DNA collections kit are commonly called non-legal tests. They provide the same information as a legal DNA test, but they are not intended for use in a court of law. These test are wildly available, however, our DNA Test we offer are the best in the industry.

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Ask about STD Testing

We also provie Tests for all STD's and other screening medical test.. Simply call and speak with one of out Certified Medical Counselors.

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Information for Parents


 Information for Parents on U.S. Citizenship and DNA Testing To transmit U.S. citizenship to a child born abroad,  there must be a biological relationship between the child and a U.S. citizen parent.  DNA Paternity Testing  is a useful tool for verifying a stated biological relationship in the absence other evidence to establish such relationship. Commonly

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Santa Clara County Free Information


 Paternity Test for Residence in Santa Clara County What is DNA Paternity Test? DNA Paternity means the legal father of the child  defined by the state of California. Establishment by the court or  both parents completing and signing a paternity declaration in the hospital achieves this.  In addition  in the Local Child Support Agency, provides

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Free Information From Fresno County Regarding Paternity


  Fresno County  Health Department   General Information   What is Paternity? Establishing paternity is the legal process of determining the biological father of a child. When parents are married paternity is established without court  action. If parents are unmarried, paternity establishment requires a court order. Until  established, the father does not have the legal

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Detail California Law Regarding Paternity


 Parenting Rights in California: Marriage v. Biology By JENNIFER BRYAN* Introduction DNA TESTING RESTS ON THE GENERALLY ACCEPTED PRINCIPLE that each individual, except for identical twins, has a unique genetic composition.1 Thanks to scientific advancement, DNA testing generally provides a probability of paternity greater than 99.9%.2 Paternity can be established prior to birth through chorionic

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