This DNA testing option helps to determine the relationship between an alleged biological mother and her child. Some of the most common uses for a Maternity DNA Test are for immigration purposes, adoption, or In-vitro. Regardless of your reason, a Home maternity test is a great option if you are attempting to prove a maternal relationship between a biological mother and child. Please note, A home maternity DNA test result cannot be used for any legal purpose. If you require legal documents please inquire about visit IDTO’s legal DNA maternity testing services.
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The process is simple. See the list below.
1. Contact Paternity Express by phone to order your kit or order online here
2. After you order your kit. It will ship within 24hrs from your purchase.
3. Upon receipt of your DNA kit. Following the enclosed instructions on how to collect your genetic samples and complete your chain of custody form.
4. Place all items after you collected your samples and completed the chain of custody form in the prepaid return envelope going to the lab that came with your kit.
5.Once your kit is received by the lab testing will begin.
6. Upon the completion of testing. A copy of the test results will be emailed to you and a physical copy will be mailed to your home.
If you would like to order your kit today please contact our office directly or order online below.
New York State residents due to New York State Department of Health guidelines peace of mind at home DNA genetic tests can not be purchased by its residents. Only legal relationship testing services can be performed regardless of use.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Pricing for this home testing option starts at $179.99 and up. To order your DNA maternal testing kit today please contact our office or order online from this page.
The difference is, maternity DNA testing determines the biological relationship between a biological mother and a child. Whereas, paternity testing determines the biological relationship between an alleged biological father and a child.
In most instances, biological mothers will not have to ask for permission to perform a legal maternity test. The reason being, mothers are normally the legal guardian of their child therefore it will not be necessary for most mothers to request permission to perform a relationship test.
Now, if the mother is not the legal guardian she will need to obtain permission from the biological child’s legal guardian which may be the biological, a grandparent, or an adopted parent to name a few. Remember, home DNA tests are for peace of mind purposes and cannot be used for any legal purpose. Therefore the standards as a legal test do not apply.