Court-Admissible DNA Test (Legal)
Courts have a strict legal process for DNA testing. At Prove It!, we follow all legal guidelines to ensure our DNA testing is admissible in court. For a DNA test to be admissible in court, a chain of custody document is required. A chain of custody ensures that the DNA test is accurately collected and reported, the DNA test specimen was not manipulated in any way, how the specimen was transported and valid results have been obtained.
Some common legal reasons for a court-admissible DNA test are:
|• Child Support||• Birth Certificate||• Court Order|
|• Child Custody||• Tax Forms||• Adoption|
|• Immigration||• Will/Estate||• Other Legal Reasons|
What documents required for a Legal DNA Test?
Valid identification is required for the mother or guardian and alleged father. A valid birth certificate or social security card is required for the child. Any other documentation related to your case is welcome should it be helpful to your DNA test. A picture with the case number is taken during each appointment for all parties being tested.
Contact us to schedule an appointment Monday through Friday from 9:00AM – 5:00PM. After hours and weekend appointments available as long as they are scheduled 48 hours in advance. Walk-Ins between 9:30AM and 4:30PM are welcome.
Call 888-92-Prove It (7-7683)
or schedule online now.