Paternity Prenatal Paternity: Amnio or CVS

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Paternity can be determined before birth through prenatal testing, which can be done during the 10th through the 24th week of gestation using amniocentesis or chorionic villi samples collected by an OB-GYN. The mother’s participation is required.

Who needs to be tested?

Five (5) business days from receipt of all samples

Chain-of-Custody Requirements

Chain-of-custody requirements must be fulfilled for test results to be defensible in any legal situation, such as inheritance disputes. These requirements include the following:

Non-Chain-of-Custody Requirements

In a non-chain of custody test, the buccal swab samples are collected by the patients themselves. Prenatal samples may be collected by the mother’s OB-GYN, and we also accept samples submitted by a laboratory. Results of this test are for personal knowledge only and may not be used for legal purposes.


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