legal-paternity-test

Legal Paternity Tests

$ 399.00 $

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  • Legal Paternity Test
  • Legal Maternity Test
  • Legal Grandparentage Test
  • Legal Aunt/Uncle Test
  • Legal Siblingship Test

Description

If testing is required for legal purposes, for example a custody case, a legal test is required. DNA Testing Centers of Canada has a national chain-of-custody network that helps our clients get tested wherever they are. The process works by providing legally accepted identification to one of our collection centers so that a chain-of-custody can be established. Examples of accepted identification for adults include a passport, citizenship card, or a driver’s license. For children who are minors a birth certificate and health card are acceptable. Each individual requires two pieces of ID. Each individual must provide a coloured passport size photograph.

Legal testing can be done for the following:

  • Legal Paternity Test
  • Legal Maternity Test
  • Legal Grandparentage Test
  • Legal Aunt/Uncle Test
  • Legal Siblingship Test

For information about the tests and how they are collected please click on the links for the particular test you are looking for. Clicking the links that do not contain the word legal in it can do this. The difference between a legal test and non-legal (or informational) test is the chain-of –custody that needs to be established as described.

Turnaround time: 7 – 10 business days Price: 399.00 plus tax

Instruction for legal paternity testing:

Client has to bring the under mentioned items before collecting the samples by using the same paternity test kit:

  • Alleged father must provide two photo ids (could be driver’s license, passport, health card, Citizenship card etc) & last four digits of SIN number
  • Child must provide a passport size colored picture, two ids (could be birth certificate, Hospital document as evidence of birth in Canada, Health Card) etc. and last 4 digit of SIN number if the child been issued.

“DNA may also be collected through other means. Common forensic samples are hair (must have the root ball attached), mucous on a tissue, earwax and toothbrushes. However the cost will be on average $100 extra.”