Private and discreet, and are legally binding test in case the results are needed in court.
DNA testing is the most accurate method of establishing paternity. Whether the test is for your own personal knowledge or is required for legal or court purposes, you are assured of state-of-the-art testing as well as licensed professional services. Sample collection is painless and easily obtained using a buccal swab (mouth swab).
1. DNA Paternity Test – A DNA paternity test determines whether a tested man is the biological father of a tested child. If you are in need of a paternity test for legal reasons or just peace of mind, DDC offers a wide variety of tests to fit your needs.
2. Prenatal Paternity Test – DDC offers a unique paternity test before the child is born – which can be performed as early as the 9th week of pregnancy. This test is non-invasive, with results in up to 10 business days, and is the now the preferred option vs. traditional Amniocentesis or Chorionic villus sampling. Payment plans are popular option and we encourage you to call one of our paternity experts for a free consultation.
3. Immigration DNA Testing – DDC provides AABB-accredited DNA testing for immigration purposes. We perform testing for clients in over 168 countries worldwide, following the specific requirements set by the government agencies in each country.
4. Adoption DNA Testing – DDC offers DNA testing services for people involved in adoption. We have specialized services for clients who are going through domestic or international adoptions, are hoping for reunification with biological family members, or are facilitating parental relinquishment and peace of mind.
5. Forensic Services – Our forensic DNA services include STR, Y-STR, mtDNA and mini-STR casework, and forensic paternity testing. We also provides case review and consultation services to defense attorneys.
6. DNA Maternity Test – A DNA maternity test determines whether a tested woman is the biological mother of a tested child.
7. DNA Grandparentage Test – A DNA grandparentage test, performed in the absence of an alleged father, determines the relationship between a child and the parents of the alleged father.
8. Genetic Reconstruction – A genetic reconstruction is performed to determine the biological relationship of a child to the alleged father’s close relatives.
9. DNA Siblingship Test – A siblingship test determines whether two children share one or both parents.
10. DNA Profiling – A DNA profile is an individual’s genetic fingerprint, used for personal security such as in the case of identifying a missing child or future inheritance claims.