DNA Testing

The results are always accurate.  The labs we use are AABB certified.  This means they meet strict requirements on how samples are handled ensuring no mistakes are made.

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Home DNA testing takes 4 business days.

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DNA tests are 99% accurate. Since our DNA tests are primarily for judicial or court-ordered tests, it is important that tests are accurate and controlled.

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Informational tests can be cheated.  Since we do not require that ID is presented and we do not take pictures of the donors.  A person can be presented to us as anyone.  This is why legally admissible testing is important.  A chain of custody is created.  Meaning we document the donors by copying ID and taking pictures. These documents follow the samples through the testing process ensuring the results are from the people that were collected.

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Everyone has different DNA.  Only identical twins share the same DNA.

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Yes. You can get a DNA test while pregnant with no risk of harm to the baby. Because a tiny amount of baby’s DNA gets into Mom’s blood, we can isolate that and perform the DNA paternity test during pregnancy. Learn more: DNA Testing

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There is a small chance (less than 1%) that DNA tests can be wrong. That is one in a thousand. Any tests that involve humans runs a minute chance of something going wrong, such as DNA inclusions, exclusions or other human error.

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Ancestry does not prove paternity.

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