Paternity Testing

DNA Paternity Testing is used to determine if a specific man is the biological father to a specific child. A paternity test will analyze the possible father and child’s DNA profiles. Then the 2 DNA profiles are compared to establish if there is a biological relationship.

With Test Me DNA our paternity tests generally include a 21 genetic marker test. Each genetic marker will have 2 numbers which are referred to as alleles. A child will receive 1 allele from their mother and 1 allele from their biological father. A biological father should match the child with at least 1 allele in each genetic marker.

Paternity DNA Testing provided by Test Me DNA.

Legal Paternity DNA Testing

  • Same Day Appointments in most areas
  • Painless DNA collection
  • Fast results: 3-5 business days
  • Order by phone
  • Results are private and confidential
  • One low price includes testing & legal DNA results

Call Now!

Call to order a Legal DNA Paternity Test. In a simple phone call, our DNA specialists will walk you through how the DNA testing works and get you scheduled.

 

Common reasons for a Legal Paternity Test:

  • Child Support
  • Child Custody
  • Name Change
  • Court Order
  • Birth Certificate
  • Tax Forms
  • Social Security
  • Will/Estate
  • Adoption

 

Paternity DNA Testing Kit

  • Discreet shipping, free shipping both ways
  • Easy to use kit with detailed instructions
  • Fast results: 3-5 business days after returning the kit
  • Order online or by phone
  • Results are private and confidential
  • One low price includes kit + results

Order Now!

Order the Paternity Home DNA Testing Kit today. The easy to use form will get the paternity testing process started. Receive your testing kit in only a few days.

 

Need Your Testing Kit Quick

Orders submitted by 2 PM CST Monday-Friday will be shipped the same day you order.

 

 

DNA Testing Without the Father

When a standard paternity test inluding the alleged father is not an option, other DNA family relationship tests are available. Click here to see all the available DNA testing options.

DNA Paternity Testing provided by Test Me DNA

 

 

How DNA Paternity Testing Works

Order Paternity Test

After deciding on a test, we will either send out a Home Paternity DNA Test Kit or schedule an appointment for Paternity DNA Testing at any of our 1000+ Testing Centers for DNA collection.

Collect Samples

DNA collection is painless and easy to perform. DNA collections are performed with non-invasive buccal swabs. The swabs are brushed lightly on the inside of each individual’s cheeks for around 10 seconds.

Get DNA Results

Results typically complete within 3-5 business days after the laboratory receives all testing kits. Paternity test results are then provided over the phone and email. Mailed copies can be sent upon request.

Call now and one of our Paternity Testing Specialists will analyze the information provided by you and then guide you through the entire Paternity DNA Testing process.

 

DNA Paternity Testing FAQ

A paternity test is a scientific test that compares the DNA profiles of a potential father and a child to determine the biological relationship.
There are multiple reasons to get a legal paternity test. The most common reasons for needing legal documentation are child support, child custody, name change, birth certificate change, proving paternity to the IRS or military benefits.
Yes! Home DNA testing kits are available for all of our relationship DNA tests.
For all of our home DNA testing kits, a simple buccal swab is the only acceptable sample.

If you choose to do a DNA collection at one of our facilities, the most common sample is a buccal swab. But blood samples can be collected if requested in advance.

A possible father and a child are required for a paternity test. We also offer other relationship tests such as siblings, aunt/uncle and grandparent relationship tests.
For home testing kits do not require any type of ID to be tested.

For in lab options or legal paternity testing, anyone over 18 will need to have 2 forms of ID. The first form needs to be a government issued photo ID. The 2nd form does not have to be another photo ID, but it can be. For any person testing under the age of 18, they will need 1 form of ID. It does NOT have to be a photo ID. It can be a birth certificate, social security card, shot record or insurance card. We can accommodate other options for ID, please just let us know what you have available.

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