The court admissible DNA test for paternity can be used for official purposes. For example, to make changes on the birth certificate, for a name change, for custody battles, for inheritance cases, etc. For the court admissible DNA test, the samples will be collected under strict chain of custody rules. A neutral third-party must witness and sign-off on the collection of the samples. You may select your own third-party collector to witness the collection, or you can schedule an appointment for one of our collection sites, in with case our collection will act as the witness. A case specialist will reach out to you after your order to work out the details and to make sure everything is in order.
The test includes one alleged father and one child. The results are issued in 8-10 business days counting from the day all samples are RECEIVED at our facility. Contents include collection supplies for saliva using buccal swabs. If you select professional samples collection as an additional option, an appointment specialist will reach out to you to schedule an appointment.
* If you select professional samples collection as an additional option, a DNA Swabbing kit will not be shipped to you. Instead, after you place your order, an appointment specialist will reach out to you within 1 business day to schedule an appointment at the location of your choice.
A DNA test for paternity is the most reliable way to determine a biological link between a father and his offspring.
A paternity test determines the likelihood that the tested man is the biological father of the tested child. A simple and painless mouth swab collection is sufficient to do a DNA test that will exclude paternity with a degree of 100% and prove paternity with an average accuracy greater than 99.9999%.
DNAForce is a trusted name in Canada for paternity tests. All of the tests that we propose are done in an a facility that is accredited by ISO 17025. You can view the accreditation certificate here.
DNAForce offers the highest testing standards because we understand how important these results are.
The report of court admissible DNA test can be used in a court of law or other authorities to establish a relationship. It requires the identities of the participants to be clearly documented. Furthermore, the laboratory will produce a chain of custody detailing the secure handling of the samples. A court admissible DNA test is needed for one or more of the following reasons: