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Paternity Informational (Non-Legal)

A Paternity DNA Test compares the DNA between an Alleged Father and one Child.  We prefer the child’s Mother’s participation in the Paternity DNA Test since she contributed 50% of her DNA to the Child.

Informational Paternity Test results cannot be used for any type of legal purpose, such as adding or removing a father’s name from the child’s birth certificate, child support, visitation or other types of verified situations.  Informational Paternity Tests do provide answers and peace of mind if that is all you need.

All tested parties may schedule an appointment or walk into one of our locations for testing.  Our friendly Medical Assistants will collect your samples needed for the test.  As an alternative, some store locations offer Home Collection Kits.  If offered for purchase on-line, you will see a “Buy At Home Kit” button on this page.  After you make your purchase, a kit will be sent to the address(es) you designate and you can collect the samples yourself, then ship them directly to the lab for testing.

The basic test kit contains collection supplies for 1 child and 1 alleged father.

Add-On Options To The Informational Paternity Test

  • Add the child’s mother +$ 30.00
  • Add additional children +$100.00 per child
  • Ship collection supplies to more than one address + $10.00 per address

NOTE:   If you want to test additional alleged fathers you will need to buy a separate kit(s).


Starting at $199.00

Test Details

This test will reflect the probability of paternity.  A “0” means he is not the father.

An extremely high probability of paternity indicates that the alleged father is the father (generally greater than 99%).

A “0” genetic match means the alleged father is not the father.

A low probability of paternity could indicate that the alleged father is not the father.  If another biological family member is suspected as an alleged father, it is recommended they also participate in the testing.

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