A Quick Guide: DNA Paternity Tests

A Quick Guide: DNA Paternity Tests

 3/30/2020 |  Views:283 |  Posted by: Michelle Volk |  Reading Time: 1 Minute |  Article Tags: 

Even if a child has the same hair, eyes, and dimples as their father, looks alone can’t irrefutably prove paternity. While appearance might offer a clue, paternity testing removes all of the guesswork. But, how exactly does paternity testing work? How accurate are the tests? Why should you get one?

For starters, a child gets half of his or her genetic material, or DNA, from the biological mother, and half from the biological father. During DNA testing, the genetic characteristics of the parents are compared to those of the child.

If you are in need of a test, you are not alone. In fact, paternity tests are rather common. They are often used for legal reasons, like custody and child support. The results might also be needed for adoption, insurance, social security, and inheritance. Sometimes, paternity tests are used for private family reasons. Whatever the case, when you order a paternity test, you will want privacy, simplicity, and fast results. This is why it is important to select a reputable company, like Great Lakes Labs, with excellent customer care.

When ordering a paternity test, you will receive conclusive results. Thankfully, there are no gray areas when establishing paternity and you can rest assured that the results are over 99% accurate. These results can protect the child’s future and are very important in many cases.

At Great Lakes Labs, we know that paternity testing is important. We are proud to offer unapparelled client support and safe, non-invasive collection. We can help you with the process from collection all the way to results and answer any of your questions and concerns along the way. The results are typically ready in just 14 days. Click here for Great Lakes Labs online store. If you need any help please feel free to call toll free: (888) 464-8885 or email: sales@gl-labs.com. We are happy to help!

Michelle Volk

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