ARCpoint Labs of Austin, TX North can help you solve the question of a child’s paternity through accurate, reliable paternity testing services. To ensure that test results are legally-admissible, we only use American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) certified laboratories for our paternity testing analysis to resolve legal and personal matters. Only trained, certified professionals collect and handle specimens using chain of custody guidelines. This insures that our paternity test results are viable to use in hearings and judicial matters.
Paternity Testing Facts
- Based up the AABB 2010 annual report, 24.87% of men tested for paternity were proved not to be the father in 2010.
- Uncles, grandparents and aunts are able to submit DNA for paternity testing if a parent is unavailable.
- If his/her parents are not married, a child may not have a legal father until paternity is established.
- Please note that paternity testing results are only legally-admissible if DNA specimens are collected directly from the source. Despite this, hair, toothbrushes and fingernail clippings can all be used for paternity testing.
- One of the common collection methods is a cheek swab. This manner of gathering a sample is quick and non-invasive.
If you need to solve the question of a child’s paternity, ARCpoint Labs of Austin, TX North can help. We provide accurate, reliable paternity testing services to resolve any questions, whether you want the information for personal research and curiosity reasons, or whether you need the results for a legal purpose. We make sure all our test results are legally-admissible by only using American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) certified laboratories for our paternity testing analysis. Only trained, certified professionals collect and handle specimens using chain of custody guidelines. Our court-admissible paternity testing services are viable to use in hearings and judicial matters.
Non-Invasive Prenatal (Pre-birth) Paternity Testing
To give pregnant mothers the comfort of knowing their children’s paternity during pregnancy, safe, accurate DNA testing is now available to identify the biological father as early as eight weeks after conception. Unlike pre-birth paternity testing, other prenatal testing, such as amniocentesis or Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS) test, have been linked to miscarriage.
This process is possible because Fetal DNA is present in a blood sample from the pregnant mother, which makes it possible to compare a blood sample from the mother to the DNA of a potential father, obtained via buccal (cheek) swab and obtain results with over 99% accuracy.
Many men are hesitant to offer emotional and financial support to a mother during her pregnancy if they are unsure the baby is theirs, but will offer this voluntarily if they know for a fact she is carrying their child. In many states, a court can’t order a paternity test to determine support until after the baby is born, often leaving the mother without the father’s support during pregnancy. Having confirmed paternity and the support of the father improves health of the unborn baby, the mother, and the long term relationship of the new parents going forward.
In cases where rape victims are unsure of whether their baby’s father is their husband or partner, they may terminate the pregnancy at an early stage. Before this non-invasive, early detection, prenatal dna test was available, the only tests that could prove paternity were risky, expensive, and could not be done until a later stage of the pregnancy. This test can help people make better informed decisions in these kinds of traumatic situations.
If you need more information on pre-birth paternity testing, schedule a no cost, no obligation consultation with a DNA specialist that will answer all of your questions by contacting ARCpoint Labs of Austin, TX North.
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