Paternity Testing in Marietta
Fast, Accurate, Reliable and Confidential Testing Services
Fastest Labs of Marietta offers a range of quality paternity testing services from a clean and professional laboratory setting. We respect your privacy and can have your results within a relatively short amount of time. With excellent customer service, timeliness, and accuracy as our top priorities, we are establishing ourselves as the go-to lab testing service in Marietta.
Why Take a Paternity Test?
There are many reasons to take a paternity test: to confirm legal parenthood; to inherit assets; or to learn family history. Regardless of your reason for requesting the test, you can have peace of mind knowing you do not have to disclose this information to us, nor will we share it with anyone else. The results go to you and you alone, unless authorized by you to share with others.
A court may require a paternity test to determine child custody or child support, and our procedures adhere to the court’s requirements to produce credible results. For other legal services, we also offer help for forensic investigations and DNA profiling. Agencies, courts, and employers all trust Fastest Labs of Marietta to be reliable, so you can too.
Get in touch with us at (770) 691-2215 and learn more about our paternity and maternity testing services.
Additional Tests We Offer Include:
- Twin Zygosity testing: To determine if twins are identical or fraternal
- Adoption Testing: For information about biological parents
- HomeDNA kit: To identify sensitivities to gluten, lactose, peanuts and more
Our HomeDNA kit brings you more convenience than coming into our labs by allowing you to swab your cheek and mail it to us. The results are slower, but within a few weeks you’re able to see the results on your secure account.
Common Reasons to Request Paternity Testing
Adoption: A legal adoption test can help determine the relationship between parents and children. Paternity testing is often required for getting legal consent to pass on a child during an adoption.
Child Support: In a child support case, the father may be legally required to provide a paternity test if they do not provide it voluntarily.
Child Custody: Sometimes a DNA paternity test can determine whether a parent receives custody or visitation rights.
Birth Certificate: Adding the name of the father to a birth certificate can be a length process. A paternity test is usually a way to expedite the process.
Court Order: A court may require a paternity test if there is a disagreement between the mother and father while establishing paternity.
Will or Estate: Courts may use paternity tests and maternity tests in order to establish the validity of an heir.