We’ve all heard the saying “you get what you pay for”. That statement has never been truer than with DNA testing. In the last few years there have been individuals building websites and making claims that just are not true. In our almost ten years of providing answers to our client’s difficult questions, we’ve experienced the frustrations that our clients have; that is until they are able to afford the right DNA test that provides them with peace of mind because they feel certain that their test results are true and accurate.
We’ve also experienced situations whereby clients come to us with test results from website companies that include very little contact information and customer support. Unfortunately, we’ve had experiences when we’ve rerun tests for clients of other providers that our results differed dramatically from the client’s original DNA test results. So our industry has become a “buyer beware” market because of some individuals trying to make a fast buck. And, as sad as this commentary is, DNA Services of America can fix those $99 tests by calling us at (800) 927-1635.
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DNA testing is the best way for people to get answers to important questions about family relationships. One of the most well known examples is the child custody case of Anna Nicole Smith, who died before the DNA paternity test results were actually known but was later determined that Larry Birkhead was indeed the father of little Daniell Lyn. This is just one example of when a DNA test can be used to answer very difficult questions that otherwise would not be answered.
If you want your paternity test to stand up in a court of law, you need to get a legal DNA paternity test. The difference between a legal paternity test and a home paternity test is what is known as the “chain of custody process“. The chain of custody process means that a neutral third party collects your DNA sample and sends it to the lab on your behalf. When the chain of custody process is used it means that the DNA test result report will include the names of the tested parties so that the report is admissible in a court of law.
DNA testing solves important family relationship issues. Alleged fathers will know for certain whether they are the biological father of the child. Mothers are able to determine with certainty who the biological father of their baby is. Adult children can determine whether the parent who raised them is in fact their biological parent. There are many other uses for DNA testing including siblingship relationships, immigration issues and ancestry questions including Native American heritage.