DNA Test For Child Support

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Child Support DNA Testing Services

What is DNA testing for the purposes of child support?  A DNA paternity test may be ordered by a judge or magistrate for the purposes of determining the biological father of a child.

How Long Does A DNA Test Take For Child Support?

Performing a DNA test through the court can be a very frustrating process for many alleged fathers.

Many times a Judge/Magistrate may order A DNA paternity Test to help determine paternity before settling on the terms of the Child Support case. One of the most frequently asked questions we receive regarding Child Support is, How long does DNA Testing process take?

There are only two options for alleged fathers that may need to perform DNA Testing for child support.

Option 1. Allow family court system to utilize a contracted DNA Testing Lab perform your DNA Test.
Option 2. Perform the DNA Test privately.

How long does it take to get DNA results from child support?

The turnaround time for a DNA test result through the courts can range from 3 to 12 weeks, sometimes longer. It also important to note, DNA testing ordered by the court is not free. Although, you may not pay the initially for the paternity test. The court will require you to reimburse the state. Turnaround times may vary from state to state. Please contact a Family Law professional in your state for counsel.

If DNA Testing NYC is involved with your DNA relationship process. The turnaround time will be 2-3 business days. Next day results are also available for an additional cost. Please contact our office today at 646-383-9778 for an appointment.

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DNA Sample Collection Technicians with over 10 plus years experience.
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Facilities that we partner with are accredited by AABB to conduct legal, chain of custody testing.
Results are recognized by USCIS, Embassies, Passport Agencies and Family Courts