Court Admissible DNA Testing
Our Tests Stand Up to the Strictest Legal Scrutiny
There are many instances in which it might become necessary to acquire a court admissible DNA test. Whether you are dealing with a parenthood dispute, custody disagreement, birth certificate -related matter, or another legal issue, it’s important that you receive accurate DNA test results in a timely manner. Most importantly, you need to be sure that your results are in compliance with the strict standards of the court.
At FastestLabs®, we take great care to ensure that our DNA tests meet the required sample protection protocols and accuracy standards mandated by the legal system. Our court admissible DNA testing is both rapid and AABB accredited. We keep track of our methods in order to prove secure sampling and the accuracy of our results whenever necessary.
When Is Court Admissible DNA Testing Necessary?
Often, a judge may order DNA testing as part of a court-ordered legal proceeding in order to establish parentage or determine if an individual is entitled to certain benefits. Even if DNA testing has not been requested by the court, having legally sound DNA results from an AABB accredited lab can prove beneficial in a wide range of legal matters.
Court admissible DNA tests can help you:
- Prove paternity/maternity
- Confirm paternity/maternity
- Establish your right to child support payments
- Establish your rights to custody and/or visitation
- Assert child’s rights to military and/or government benefits
- Prove your right to an inheritance
- Prove guilt/innocence in criminal matters
- Complete the necessary steps for immigration
At Fastest Labs, we have a proven track record of court acceptance. Our certified Fastest Labs collectors follow rigorous legal standards, including those related to legal confidentiality and documented sample protection. We proudly offer a full range of court-admissible DNA tests, including paternity tests.
The DNA Testing Process
Our court admissible DNA testing services are fast and easy. Upon walking through our doors, you’ll be greeted by one of our helpful staff members who can answer your questions and address any concerns you may have. DNA samples are collected via a cheek swab, also known as a buccal swab. The process is fast and non-intrusive, meaning you can be in and out in a matter of minutes. Once the sample has been collected, DNA testing will take place in our clean, secure labs. As soon as they are available, we will provide you and any other relevant parties with the results of the test.