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Home Paternity Test Kit

Order now and receive your Home Paternity Test Kit in the mail
Follow the simple instructions in the kit and collect specimens from the alleged fathers and children
Mail the specimens back to our lab using the prepaid shipper provided
Get your results via email within 1-2 business days

Do you have any doubts about the paternity of a child? Do you need to get answers quickly and in full confidentiality? Get the answers with our new home paternity test. All our paternity test results are carried out on 21 genetic markers, the highest in the industry. We also test the amelogenin sex gene to ensure our clients do not mix up samples. If the alleged father is the biological father, the results will show a probability of paternity of 99.99% or higher. If he is not the biological father, our paternity test will exclude the alleged father with a probability of paternity of 0%.

Paternity testing with this home test kit is a simple, non-invasive process that tests for paternity using cheek swabs from the child and the alleged father(s). Our kit has been specially created with our clients in mind and we have ensured a sample collection that is quick and that can be done in the comfort of your own home. The cheek swabs we provide inside our kit can be used on children and adults and are absolutely painless. If a cheek swab is not possible, we do also offer discreet specimen options, such as toothbrush or nail clippings for an additional fee. Click on “Order Now” and choose your preferred specimen type.

At we understand just how stressful the wait for the results can be – to make things as easy and as stress-free as possible for you, we provide accurate test results in just 1-2 business days.



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