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One of the toughest things a man can experience in his life is to call into question whether or not he is the biological father of a child. The emotional roller coaster can drive a man to irrational thinking and behavior. Since the inception of parentage testing, alleged fathers, mothers, family members, and concerned parties now have a reliable tool to help determine a biological relationship between a father and child.

What is a Paternity Test?

A Paternity test helps to determine the probability of a biological relationship between an alleged father and child by comparing both the alleged father and child’s DNA profile.

Legal Test

For people who are in need of establishing the paternity of a child for any legal purpose. A legally admissible DNA paternity test result is the best option for your situation. Some of the most commonly used situations legal test results may be used are, child support, Social Security, immigration, birth certificate name changes, and estate cases just to name a few.

Peace of Mind DNA Paternity Test

If you do not need a legal DNA paternity test. A peace of mind home DNA test kit may be a better option. Learn more about our Home paternity test kits here.

How to schedule an appointment?

Scheduling an appointment is simple. Call 877-680-5800 to coordinate an appointment and allow one of IDTO DNA Relationship Test Consultants to assist you today. Our network has access to well over 1500 plus DNA sample collection facilities in just about every major city nationwide. We work with you in locating the closest sample collection facility to ensure an easy and smooth process.

What To Expect From Our Service

– Fast, Accurate & Affordable DNA results in 1 to 3 business days.
– Professional DNA Sample Collection Technicians with over 16 plus years experience.
– Easy appointment set-up
– No Hidden Fees
– Results are recognized by the USCIS, Embassies, Passport Agencies, and Family Court.
– Facilities that we partner with are accredited by the AABB to conduct Immigration and legal chain of custody testing.

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Frequently Asked Questions