Paternity & Genetic Testing:
Southern California Drug Testing Clinic certified technicians can collect saliva swabs to collect a DNA
specimen to be analyzed by a licensed laboratory to determine paternity and also genetics of the individuals tested.
Simply Means Establishing Fatherhood...
Everyone is born with a unique genetic blueprint known as DNA (DeoxyriboNucleic Acid). Because DNA is passed down from the mother and father to a child, DNA identification provides a conclusive way to determine biological relationships. Consequently, DNA testing has become the most accepted method to determine identity within the legal and scientific communities.
You will find no more accurate method for determining paternity than the technology utilized by Florida Drug Screening's laboratories. The patented system was developed specifically for paternity testing, and is the most advanced and powerful method available today, with results accepted by courts in the U.S. and abroad.
Using this technology, if the DNA of the Alleged Father and Child matches, the probability that he is the biological father is typically over 99.9999%. Conversely, if there are mismatches between the DNA of an Alleged Father and Child, he is 100% excluded from being the biological father.
Legal or Non- Legal DNA TEST?
Fraternal twins have different genes. They were conceived from different eggs and sperm. Fraternal twins may be of the same sex, or, they may be of different sex. The DNA twin zygosity test determines whether twins are identical or fraternal.
In cases where the alleged father is deceased or unknown, the paternal grandparents can be tested to determine the likelihood they are the child's true paternal grandparents.
Full siblings are individuals who have the same biological mother and the same biological father. Half siblings share only one parent.
Your child's personal DNA identity remains constant from the moment of conception to the end of life.
Your child's GenCodex (personal DNA identity print) demonstrates your child*s genetic similarity to family members as well as the genetic uniqueness that distinguishes your child from the rest of the world.
Infidelity DNA Test:
Determine if a piece of evidence contains foreign DNA.
Receive biological proof of relationship for the immigration process.
Here are a few reasons why clients choose a formal court admissible test:
- A Judge or attorney has requested a copy of the paternity test result
- Child Support
- Tested Parties are in different State or Locations
- Criminal Case
- Alleged Father is Unavailable
- Social Security benefits