Legal Paternity Test For Court Purposes

Court Paternity Testing has never been easier. Results are typically ready within 3-5 business days at affordable prices. Our Court DNA testing results have all the proper accreditation to be admissible in court and can be used to establish benefits.

All Court DNA testing needs to be performed by an American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) accredited laboratory. Samples for this type of DNA test, will need to be collected by a non-biased certified 3rd party DNA collector. A strict Chain of Custody procedure must be followed for all court approved testing. Our labs follow this strict step-by-step procedure in order to ensure your Court DNA Test can be used in a legal setting if ever needed. Following these procedures will allow your results to be used as valid facts in a court.

Test Me DNA is partnered with the nation’s leading accredited DNA testing laboratory. Our DNA testing lab always provides the most accurate results for our clients. This is because they are always upgrading to the newest and most up-to-date technology for DNA testing. Results for testing are at a 99.9% accuracy level.

Court DNA Testing

Court Admissible DNA Testing Questions?

If this is your first paternity test, we recommend that you call our paternity experts to make certain that you order the right test for your unique situation.

Our customer service reps can help answer all your paternity test questions and easily setup a test for you in just a few minutes. The process is confidential, simple, and friendly.

Court Admissible DNA Testing Cost

$349Tests includes 2 participants. Each additional participant is $125.
  • Court Approved Results
  • Professional Sample Collection
  • Chain of Custody Documents
  • One Low Price
  • 3-5 Day Results

Legal DNA Test FAQ

Yes, scheduling is required for court approved DNA Testing. Paperwork and scheduling must be performed before testing. Same day paternity testing is often available Monday through Friday.

Court DNA testing has a strict chain of custody that is followed and samples have to be collected by a certified DNA collector. You will also get legal court admissible DNA results that are notarized. The results for court testing can be used for various legal reasons and in a court of law.

The home DNA testing kit is collected by yourself in the privacy of your own home. The DNA samples will still go back to the same testing laboratory as the legal testing. But since the lab does not have proof of the people that were collected, the results cannot be used for legal purposes.

Test Me DNA’s court DNA testing and home DNA testing provide the same level of accuracy.

In most states a court order is NOT needed for DNA Paternity Testing. However, in the state of New York, you will need 1 of the following to get a DNA test, a court order, a doctor’s prescription OR a letter of authorization from an attorney.

Absolutely. We have a network of nationwide labs that we work with for DNA collections. So Test Me DNA can schedule and coordinate testing in different geographic areas easily. There is no extra charge for parties to be tested in different locations.

The collection of DNA sample is performed by an independent third-party certified collector. They verify that all parties testing bring in legally valid forms of ID. A photo and thumb print is also recorded of all people participating in the testing. The technician collection the sample and the laboratory performing the testing must also follow a strict chain of custody and be accredited by the AABB (American Association of Blood Banks.

The most common reasons for Court Admissible DNA Paternity Testing include: child custody, child support, name change, tax forms, adoption, will and estate planning, birth certificate changes, military benefits, social security benefits, tribal enrollment, court hearings, etc.