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We provide affordable, same day DNA testing for Paternity, Maternity, Grandparent, Aunt, Uncle, Sibling and Specialty Cases.




What do we offer-


We provide both Legal and Non-Legal DNA testing options. All of our testing, whether Legal or Non-Legal, is performed by an AABB accredited lab. Our testing is the most accurate available at a price you can afford. An appointment is necessary because there is paperwork that has to be in place prior to collection. Most often, we can schedule participants for collection same day, if not, next day.




Legal Testing Option-


We offer legally binding DNA testing for paternity, maternity, siblings, grandparents and aunts/uncles. Test results can be used for legal and paperwork purposes, such as, child support, custody, birth certificate changes, social security, estate purposes, immigration, etc.



How is testing scheduled?
We can normally get individuals collected same day. If not same day, typically next day. We do not need much notice in most cases. Simply call us when you are ready to schedule. We will get your zip code in order to location the closest collection site to your specific area. We will then need the first name, last name and date-of-birth for all those participating in the test. We are able to schedule participants at different times, days and even different locations if necessary. There is no additional fee in those cases.



How is payment for testing made?
Payment for all testing is made over the phone. We are the scheduling department for services. We are in charge of scheduling, payment, paperwork and test results. The collection sites are available for collection purposes only. They will not schedule, take payment or handle any test results. Payment can be made via debit, credit or even a prepaid card over the phone. Payment does not have to be made at the time of scheduling. However, payment must be made at least 2 hours prior to your appointment. This allows us ample time to complete your paperwork.


We do allow payment of the first half up front and the second half at the time test results are available. We cannot release test results verbally or any other way without payment in full. We do allow payment arrangements to be made on the second half of your testing fee, however, we will not extend past 60 days of the date test results are ready. Therefore, to avoid being sent to collections, fees must be paid in full within 60 days of test results.


How are test results provided?
We provide test results verbally as soon as they are made available in our system. We then follow up with the original, legal documents in the mail in approximately a week to a week and a half. We must first receive them from the testing lab at which time we then mail them to you via 2 to 3 day priority mail. We can overnight your test results once we receive them, however, a fee of $25 applies for overnight service. While waiting for the legal paperwork to be mailed, we can fax or email the results page at no additional charge. This does not include the complete package of paperwork. The results page only is all we can fax or email.


Your testing fee covers the one original, legal set of paperwork we receive. Copies can be made of this paperwork and are normally acceptable even in legal cases. However, in the event that additional certified copies must be mailed directly from our office, a fee of $25 per copy will apply.



Non-Legal (Private) Testing Option-


When it comes to non-legal DNA testing , the only truly private option is a home kit. The home kit option does NOT require identification be presented nor does a photo of each participant need to be taken. In fact, with a home kit, the legal names of the participants do NOT have to be used. The collection process is simple and can be done in the comfort and privacy of your own home. However, some individuals feel more comfortable visiting one of our collection sites rather than collecting themselves at home. When you visit on of our collection sites, you are being collected by a neutral 3rd party, valid photo identification is required and a photo is taken of each participant. Those are the things that make a test legally binding. However, your legally binding test results are still yours to do with what you wish. Just because they are legally binding does NOT mean you have to use them for such. They are private if you want them to remain private.



How is the home kit ordered?

There is no appointment needed for this option because it is a home kit. We simply need the first name, last name and date-of-birth for all those participating in the test. You do not have to provide legal names and dates-of-birth, however, we do need a way to identify the test in order to ensure results are given to the correct testing party.  We also need the address to which we are to send the home kit. The fee for the home kit includes the shipping of one test kit. In the event that parties reside in different cities and/or states, we can ship an additional home kit to different address. A $25 fee applies for each additional kit that needs to be shipped. All kits are shipped 2 to 3 day priority mail. If you would like to have your kit shipped overnight, we can do so. A $25 fee applies for overnight shipping.


What is included in the home kit?


Our home kit includes:
Detailed instructions
Collection supplies and paperwork
Pre-paid, overnight shipping to send samples to the lab
Our contact information should you have any questions


How is payment for the home kit made?

Payment for the home kit is made over the phone. We are the scheduling department for services. Payment can be made via debit, credit or even a prepaid card over the phone. Payment must be made prior to home kit being shipped.


We do allow payment of the first half up front and the second half at the time test results are available. We cannot release test results verbally or any other way without payment in full. We do allow payment arrangements to be made on the second half of your testing fee, however, we will not extend past 60 days of the date test results are ready. Therefore, to avoid being sent to collections, fees must be paid in full within 60 days of test results.



How are test results for the home kit provided?

We provide test results verbally as soon as they are made available in our system. We then follow up with a paper copy via mail, email or fax.



Specialty DNA Testing-


We offer DNA testing for several different special situations:


Incarcerated DNA Testing.


We can have a collector visit a jail or prison in order to do a collection on an inmate. Depending on the security level of the facility, we will either be allowed to come on site and do the collection or the facility will have an individual already on site to which we can send a testing kit and they can perform the collection.



Deceased DNA Testing.


We provide DNA testing for deceased individuals if there is a sample available. We can use hair, finger nails, toe nails, tissue, organ samples, etc. We work directly with medical examiners, coroners and medical facilities to ensure the chain of custody is not broken, allowing test results to be used for legal purposes if necessary.



Immigration DNA Testing.


An immigration case must already be open in order to provide the proper testing. Please call for further information.


Non-Standard Sample Testing.

We can provide DNA testing on non-standard samples, meaning, samples other than saliva and blood. We can test hair, finger nail and toe nail clippings, teeth, a toothbrush, gum, a drinking glass, a straw, an article of clothing, etc. Some samples produce better results than others. Your DNA specialist will provide further details.


Prenatal DNA Testing.

We offer 3 different options for testing while pregnant.

1) CVS (Chorionic Villus Sample) -This collection involves inserting a catheter through the cervix and removing portions of the chorionic villi. CVS is typically performed between the 10th and 12th weeks of pregnancy.


2) Amniocentesis - An invasive procedure that involves inserting a needle into the mother's abdomen to withdraw a small amount of amniotic fluid from the amniotic sac which surrounds the developing fetus. Amniotic samples are collected between the 12th and 21st weeks of pregnancy. Most often, it is preferred to wait until the 20th or 21st week.

3) Non-Invasive Blood Test - A blood collection is performed on the mother of the child and the alleged father. Although we do offer this test, it is not recognized by the AABB. The performance characteristics of this test have NOT been validated and it is recommended that the alleged father and child be retested for verification after the child is born