Fast, accurate and confidential DNA maternity testing from just £95
What do you need this DNA Maternity Test for?
There are a number of reasons you may want to book a DNA Maternity Test.
It may be for your own peace of mind to confirm you are the mother of your child for example or it could be that you have been asked by legal authorities to supply evidence of your relationship to a child.
Please choose from the following options the description that best sums up your reasons for wanting a DNA Maternity Test?
Prices from £95
You need a Maternity Test for your own peace of mind
As the title suggests, this test is purely to confirm the parentage of a child for your own peace of mind. The results of this test cannot be used for legal purposes.
Prices from £345
You need a Maternity Test for legal purposes
You may require this kind of test to present to a Court as evidence or for other official matters.
Prices from £345
You need a Maternity Test for an immigration application
You may require this kind of test to support an immigration application or to support an appeal to the immigration authorities.
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Call us on 0191 233 1414 and speak to a member of our friendly Customer Services Team.
More information about maternity testing
What relationship does maternity testing prove?
Maternity testing allows you to determine whether or not a woman is the biological mother of the child or children in question by comparing the DNA of the possible mother and the child(ren). If a woman shares certain DNA sequences with a child, then there is a 99.99% chance the woman is the biological mother of that child. If a woman does not share those DNA sequences with a child then she is not the biological mother.
Who needs to be tested?
- Possible mother
How reliable are the results?
- The woman tested IS NOT to be the biological mother of the child, OR
- The woman tested IS more than 99.99% certain to be the biological mother of the child*
*Please note that relationship testing can never say that a women is 100% the biological mother of a child because of the amount of genes that are shared within the population. If a close female relative to the woman tested (i.e. her mother, sister or daughter) is a possible mother of the child then she must also be tested in order to eliminate her from maternity.