Can Paternity Testing Be Done Without a Specimen Sample From the Mother? Yes, it is possible to test the child and the alleged father when the mother is unavailable.
How much Specimen Sample Do I need to Give for the Test? For adults, a small amount (about 1 teaspoon) of blood is collected. For infants or small children, a number of options are available depending on the age of the child. Alternatively, a mouth swab collection method can now be utilized. Where Do I Go to Have the Specimen Sample Collected? We provide onsite collection. Special handling ensures that specimens arrive safely at the laboratory. Not all individuals in the paternity analysis need to have their specimens collected at the same place and time. Our customer service representatives will assist you in setting up a convenient appointment to have your blood drawn. Individualized Testing Services Speco Service will customize the collection of biological specimens based on the relationship in question and the specific requirements.
- Can Paternity Testing Be Done Without a Specimen Sample From the Mother? Yes, it is possible to test the child and the alleged father when the mother is unavailable.
- I would like to submit a forensic paternity case.I have a sample from the mother, child and the alleged father. How will the results be reported?
- Is it possible to test more that one child or alleged parent?