DNA Experts Assist Family Lawyers with Parentage Testing

We all known that the dynamics of family life are immensely complex and this is especially so when the relationship between the adults begins to break down.

Ultimately this may lead to a mutual separation (maybe the adults have just grown apart and want different things out of life) or in a more inflamed state, lead to divorce proceedings on the grounds of unreasonable behaviour, adultery, lengthy separation (consented or unconsented) or desertion.

Additional complexities arise when children are involved and this is particularly so when the parentage of those children is called into question. The suggestion that a child may have a different biological father to the person who raised them may bring a new gamut of emotions that can be difficult to comprehend.

In highly charged cases such as these, the services of an experienced and reliable paternity testing company such as Dadcheckgold are essential to resolve the situation. By using an accredited identification, sampling, DNA testing and reporting procedure, we are able to identify the biological father of a child or indeed exclude males(s) from paternity.

dadcheckgold is accredited by the Ministry of Justice for parentage tests which means we operate our own laboratories and work to the highest international standard of ISO/IEC 17025.

Most commonly we test for paternity (proof of biological fatherhood), however, we are also able to test for maternity (proof of biological motherhood, useful for visa applications) and other biological relationships such as siblingship (full, half or unrelated), grandparentage and avuncular (aunt/uncle testing).

We operate our own nationwide network of registered samplers for the convenience of your clients and these appointments can be arranged at a location and time that suits them.

We require all test participants to provide written consent to taking DNA test and if any of the participants are under the age of 16, we will require a person with Parental Responsibility to sign consent on their behalf.

Our highly experience advisors will be happy to answer any queries you may have and will do so in a highly responsive manner.

We look forward to being of service to you.

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