From personal DNA tests to legal and non-traditional testing, we offer a wide range of accurate DNA testing to give you peace of mind.

Every paternity testing situation is unique and different. Therefore, our paternity experts guide you to choose the right test for you. We strive to provide you smooth customer experience and faster results with complete confidentiality. Accurate DNA testing is a one-stop solution for all your DNA testing needs.

 

Legal DNA Paternity Test results can be used as a legal document for the following:

  • Child Support
  • Child Custody
  • Immigration
  • Birth Certificate
  • Tax Forms
  • Wills & Estate
  • Court Order
  • Adoption
  • Other Legal Reasons
LEGAL PATERNITY TESTING

We offer legal paternity DNA testing that is admissible in court and legally defensible. Our affiliate AABB accredited laboratory uses the most advanced and accurate technology to determine parentage with strict quality controls. A child inherits half DNA material from biological mother and another half from biological father. Paternity DNA testing compares a child’s DNA pattern with that of an alleged father. The probability of paternity is 0% when the alleged father is not biologically related to the child. We achieve a probability of paternity greater than 99.9% when the alleged father is proven to be the father of the child.

We endeavor to provide the best service experience with a fast, easy, and painless DNA sample collection procedure. A Q-tip like cotton swab is used to collect the sample from inside of the cheek. This sample is then courier expressed to the laboratory for next day delivery and analysis.

DNA test for paternity determines the biological father of a child. The procedure involves collecting and comparing the DNA sample of a child with that of a baby. DNA is a unique genetic “fingerprint” that makes up a person’s genes and chromosomes. When a child is conceived, the mother passes half of the genetic material, and the father passes another half. We achieve a probability of paternity greater than 99.9% when the alleged father is indeed the biological father of the baby.

Commonly, paternity testing involves blood cells and tissues from inside of the cheek as DNA samples. We use the cheek swab method which is relatively fast, easy, and painless.

It can confirm that an alleged man is likely to be a father with an accuracy greater than 99.9% or exclude him from being a father with 100% surety.

After the DNA sample collection, it usually takes 2-3 business days to get the test results.

For legal DNA testing, all involved parties must get their DNA samples collected at a certified facility such as a hospital or medical office. While this is not mandatory for personal DNA testing. Legal paternity test results are court-admissible and legally defensible while personal paternity test results are not used for legal purposes.

A paternity DNA test cost depends on your unique situation and requirement. Our paternity experts are always ready to guide you to choose the right test within your budget.

This depends on your situation and purpose. If it is just for curiosity or peace of mind, then we suggest personal DNA testing in such cases. Whoever, if need to submit paternity testing results in court or use it as a legal document, then we recommend legal DNA testing.

We promise to offer:

  • 100% confidentiality.
  • Accurate test results.
  • Quick turnaround time.
  • Stringent quality standards
  • Easy and painless DNA collection
  • Labs throughout the U.S.

Our paternity DNA testing is available in all 50 states of the U.S. We are the most recommended DNA testing service provider in California covering all major cities such as Oakland, San Francisco, Fairfield, Inglewood, Modesto, Riverside, San Jose, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, Concord, Stockton, Vallejo, etc.

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DNA testing is the only way to be sure. Accurate C & S Services provides reliable results guaranteed! We support all major testing methods, so you know you’re getting the right answer for your needs—no matter what they are.