Paternity Test In Portland, OR
Guaranteed Accurate DNA Results At The Lowest Cost To Portland Area Clients.
DNA paternity testing is used to establish if a man is the biological father of a child.
When a paternity test is done, DNA samples are obtained from the child and the suspected father, usually both are residing in the Portland, Oregon Metro area. A DNA sample is collected by one of our experienced DNA consultants, using a cheek swab. We then submit the DNA samples to our AABB accredited lab partner. A paternity test extracts and analyzes the two sets of DNA to determine whether the potential father is or is not the child’s biological father. The results are 100% accurate.
Legal DNA Test Pricing Portland Area ONLY
All prices listed include in office collection at our Beaverton, Oregon location, all AABB accredited lab processing fees, and 100% accurate legally admissible DNA test results. Paternity test results in one business day. Sibling, grandparent, and avuncular DNA results in two business days.
All legal DNA testing is by appointment only. Appointments are accepted Monday through Friday, between the hours of 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM. DNA collections made after 2:00 PM will be overnighted to our AABB accredited partner laboratory the next business day after the appointment. Saturday appointments are limited, if available. Call 503-766-4766 or 855-362-5224, Monday through Friday for more information or to set up an appointment.
Home DNA Test In Portland
|Type Of Private At Home DNA Test||Processing Time||Cost|
|Paternity Test – one father, one child, mother optional||Results in 1 business day||$109|
|Half Sibling DNA Test – two siblings + one mother (optional)||Results in 2 business days||$129|
|Full Sibling DNA Test – two siblings + one mother (optional)||Results in 2 business days||$129|
|Grandparent DNA Test – one grandparent, one child, mother (optional)||Results in 2 business days||$129|
|Aunt/Uncle DNA Test – one aunt/uncle, one child, mother (optional)||Results in 2 business days||$129|
|Twin Zygosity DNA Test – two siblings suspected to be identical twins||Results in 1 business day||$109|
|DNA Banking – secure your DNA for 15 years||Results in 1 business day||$115|
|Prenatal Paternity Test – non-invasive, AABB accredited||Results in 5 business days||$1,175|
|Y-Chromosome DNA Test – males only, determines is share male lineage||Results in 3 business days||$159|
To learn more about a specific home test in the Portland, Oregon metro area please click on one of the links below.
Legal DNA Testing In Portland
|Type of Legal DNA Test||Processing Time||Regular Price||Promotional Price|
|Legal Paternity Test – one alleged father + one child + mother (optional)||Results in 1 business day||$249.00||$175.00|
|Legal Sibling Test – Two alleged full or half siblings + one mother (optional)||Results in 2 business days||$299.00||$199.00|
|Legal Grandparent Test – one Grandparent + one child + mother (optional)||Results in 2 business days||$299.00||$199.00|
|Legal Avuncular Test – One Aunt or Uncle + one child + mother (optional)||Results in 2 business days||$299.00||$199.00|
|Each additional person tested (alleged father, child, siblings, grandparents)||Same processing time||$125.00||$100.00|
To learn more about a specific legal test in the Portland, Oregon metro area please click on one of the links below.
Legal paternity test results in Portland OR can be used to:
- Claim the father on the birth certificate
- Change the information on a birth certificate
- Require financial support or child support
- To satisfy a court order
- Obtain partial or full child custody
- Meet IRS requirements for verifying a dependent
- Establish citizenship through the relationship
- Adoption proceedings
- Allow the child to obtain inheritance or other benefits
- Probate or other will/estate issues
- Military dependent benefits
- Other legal reasons
To order a legal DNA test please call 503-766-4766.
Home paternity test results in Portland OR can be used:
- For peace-of-mind, personal-information purposes only
The results are the same as a legal test, just without being able to be admitted in court. This is because to be court admissible, a trained DNA collector, who does not know those being tested, must verify the identity of those testing, get picture ID from them, and do the collection, as well as complete a chain of custody. This is paperwork that verifies everything done during the DNA appointment and therefore the court or agency requesting the information can be certain the correct people were tested.
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