Maternity & Paternity

Maternity and Paternity DNA tests determine the relationship between the mother, father and child to determine if an alleged parent is actually the parent. SmarTest Labs also offers a motherless paternity tests to determine if an alleged father is actually the father without the mother being present for testing.
Three Person DNA Test - Legal

Most often, Paternity DNA Tests are used to determine whether a potential father is an actual father. The Standard Trio Paternity Test is a paternity/maternity DNA Test that takes samples from three participants – the potential father, potential mother, and the child.

  • A (Legal) Paternity DNA Test is necessary when results will be admitted in Court as evidence for issues such as adoption, custody, taxes or inheritance, immigration, etc.
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Three Person DNA Test Non-Legal

Most often, Paternity DNA Tests are used to determine whether a potential father is an actual father. The Standard Trio Paternity Test is a paternity/maternity DNA Test that takes samples from three participants – the potential father, potential mother, and the child.

  • An informational or Non-Legal paternity test is used for informational purposes and is not court admissible.
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Maternity Test - Legal

A Maternity DNA Test compares the DNA of a child to the DNA of an alleged mother.

  • For legal purposes, a Maternity DNA Test is necessary when results will be used for issues such as adoption, custody, taxes or inheritance, etc.
  • If more than one woman claims to be a child’s mother, this maternity test will determine which woman is the biological mother.
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Maternity Test Non-Legal

A Maternity DNA Test compares the DNA of a child to the DNA of an alleged mother.

  • This is an informational or Non-legal Maternity test that is used to peace of mind.
  • If more than one woman claims to be a child’s mother, this maternity test will determine which woman is the biological mother.
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Paternity Test - Legal

A Paternity DNA Test compares the DNA between one child and the alleged father to determine if they are the actual father.

  • A (Legal) Paternity DNA Test is necessary when results will be admitted in Court as evidence for issues such as adoption, custody, taxes or inheritance, immigration, etc.
  • The basic test kit contains collection supplies for 1 child and 1 alleged father.
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Paternity Test Non-Legal

A Paternity DNA Test compares the DNA between an Alleged Father and one Child. It is highly recommended that the child’s Mother participate in the test.

  • An informational or Non-Legal paternity test is used for informational purposes and is not court admissible.
  • The basic test kit contains collection supplies for 1 child and 1 alleged father.
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Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity (NIPP)

A Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity (NIPP) test is used to determine the biological father of a fetus. This test is particularly useful for someone who cannot wait until after child birth to determine who the biological father is.

  • A NIPP Test can be performed as early as seven weeks into the pregnancy with 99% or greater accuracy.
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