Understanding the Difference between Private and Legal Paternity Tests

Arizona Mobile DNA Services discusses what consumers need to know when picking the right paternity test for their unique situation.
 
 
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May 21, 2010 - PRLog -- When people are faced with situations that require a paternity test they are faced with two major types of paternity tests that are readily available.  Private paternity tests and legal, or court admissible, tests are the primary options available to the public.  Both tests are usually processed in the laboratory using identical methods.  What makes all the difference is how the samples are collected and documented.  

Private paternity tests can be ordered online and the samples can be collected by the individuals being tested.  As mentioned earlier the results are typically (if processed by a credible accredited laboratory) as accurate as legal paternity tests.  Where the big difference comes into effect is the results cannot be used in a court of law and there may be sampling errors due to the fact that a trained professional did not administer the tests.

Whenever the outcome of a paternity test may lead to legal action it is imperative that tested individuals request a legal, or court admissible, paternity test.  These tests can be used in a court of law and are frequently performed when one or both parents are seeking custody of a child, child support or social security payments.

Arizona Mobile DNA Testing Services, one of Arizona’s leading providers of legal paternity tests, specializes in providing these services.   The Arizona paternity testing company has quickly become a favorite of family law attorneys and the general public.  The company utilizes Chromosomal Laboratories, Inc., an AABB accredited reference laboratory.

“The sample collection, consent forms, test documentation, proper identification and handling of the samples during a legal paternity test must be followed precisely,” reported Ilaiza Cochrane, President of Arizona Mobile DNA Services, LLC.  “If your family may be facing court decisions based on paternity it is important to utilize a legal, or court admissible, paternity test as private paternity tests are not admissible in a court of law.”

Interested individuals, paternity attorneys, doctors’ offices, medical labs and other parties can learn more about paternity testing in Arizona by visiting http://www.AZMobileDNA.com, emailing info@AZMobileDNA.com or calling (602) 510-5195.

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Arizona Mobile DNA Services is committed to providing high-quality, discreet paternity testing services. All testing is performed by an AABB accredited laboratory and this, coupled with the respectful and discreet demeanor of our dedicated staff, ensures the best experience possible for our clients.
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