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Phone: (561) 237-5009
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Customers ExperienceMy name is Stacie Roy and I visited "Any Lab" with my grandson "Tyson".
Unfortunately I doubted the paternity of my grandson due to the mother's infidelity early on in the relationship with my son. Coming to the lab was a very hard decision for me but a necessary one.
The medical assistant explained the easy procedure for both Tyson and me and within a week we had the results we had hoped for.I would recommend this lab to friend's and family.Stacie Roy
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b-Legal Paternity Test
A Legally-Admissible Paternity Test could be the single most important test your child ever takes because it’s critical in determining parental rights and child support.
Inaccurate results can create life-altering circumstances. That’s why you can’t afford to cut corners with a lower-quality test.
Our Legally-Admissible Paternity Test gives you an accurate determination (with 99% or more certainty) of who the child’s biological father is. The difference between an Informational Paternity Test and a Legally-Admissible Paternity Test is that the Legal Paternity Test is admissible in a court of law.
This test must be used when a person is attempting to seek or deny for child support, child custody or visitation rights, seek medical, social security or military benefits, Placing add and/or Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity, or apply for immigration or adoption.
Legally-Admissible Paternity Test
How does it work?
- The process is very simple and easy. An epithelial cell (skin cell) DNA sample is collected using 2 special swabs that are rubbed around the inside of both cheeks (from the child and the alleged father). This is a painless and fast procedure. A sample from the mother is NOT required, but can be useful so that the lab can determine which DNA is the mother’s leaving the remaining DNA that matches the alleged father.
- The DNA of the potential father is analyzed to determine the probability that his genetic markers are found in the child. This is known as a percentage of probability of paternity
- For a legal DNA test the Chain of Custody documentation process is followed to ensure that the results will stand up in court.
What is a Chain of Custody?
The Chain of Custody process makes sure that your results will be acceptable in court of law when paternity has to be proven.
In order to establish a chain of custody the process below will be followed.
- Samples are collected by an neutral third party, such as a clinic or laboratory. • The individuals tested are positively identified (i.e., They present a government-issued ID, and they are photographed and fingerprinted for records.)
- The samples are carefully tracked and matched to the person tested throughout the entire DNA testing process.
The Chain of Custody process requires samples to be taken by a neutral third party. The medical assistants who collect your sample are specially trained for this type of testing.
Remember to bring the following when you come to our facility for a Legal DNA Test.
- A government-issued identification for the adults
- A form of identification for minors, such as a birth certificate or social security card
Our DNA lab test providers are accredited by leading institutions. Call
(561) 237-5009 for more free information.
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