Legal Maternity Test
Our Legal Maternity Test Includes 1 alleged mother and 1 child, professional DNA collection, and court admissible AABB accredited results in 1 day. Payment options are available.
A court ready maternity test is 100% accurate in determining is a woman being tested is the biological mother of a child. Maternity is determined by comparing the child’s DNA with the DNA profile of the alleged mother. A legal maternity test can be used to establish the biological relationship of mother/child. Legal maternity testing is usually done to establish proof for immigration cases, probate issues, Social Security survivor benefits, or in adoption proceedings. These results will be notarized and admissible for any legal situation that requires a legal maternity test.
Our legally admissible and home maternity test will provide you with the same results, however a home test is not admissible in court. If you wish more detailed information regarding this type of DNA test, go to Maternity DNA Test, and then if you need a legal DNA test, please return to this page.
If you do not need a court admissible document, and want to establish maternity, such as discovering your birth mother, you may wish to consider our home maternity test. Our home testing is just as accurate, and shows the same results, however it cannot be used for legal purposes as no chain of custody for the DNA samples will have been established.
DNA Maternity Testing is the most advanced and accurate method available for resolving parentage for medical, legal, or personal reasons.
The legal maternity test is intended for court use and is accepted as definitive legal proof of maternity or non-maternity in courts throughout the United States. If the legal testing option is chosen, an appointment will be scheduled for the parties involved for sample collection at a AABB laboratory approved chain-of-custody sample collection facility. We have DNA sample collection facilities in most major cities in the United States. If any of those testing live in New York, either a doctor’s script or attorney involvement is necessary. These requirements are only for the State of New Your.
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