Paternity testing Services: Legal, prenatal and immigration |

How does it work?

We offer home, legal testing, prenatal testing as well as immigration testing for paternity.  easyDNA have completed successfully more than 300,000 tests in our 10 years of experience. Our lab is ISO 17025 and AABB accredited. Your user-friendly, home DNA sample collection kit is sent to your preferred address. Kits can be posted anywhere in the UK, including Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland. Results are sent by email.

What paternity testing services do you offer?

Paternity Test Offer

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Home paternity testing offered at just £99. Get the answers you need today! Our home paternity test is the simplest and fastest way to confirm whether an alleged father is the biological father of a child with a 99.99% accuracy and in full confidentiality.

Legal Paternity Test

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Need a legal test with court admissible results? At easyDNA we offer court approved DNA testing that can be used to settle a number of family related issues including inheritance disputes, contested paternities, legal disputes, immigration applications etc.

Prenatal Paternity Test

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Are you pregnant? Do you need a paternity test in pregnancy with zero risk? easyDNA is now offering its exclusive non-invasive, 100% safe prenatal paternity test which provides accuracy levels of up to 99.9%* if the tested man is the biological father of the child.

Immigration DNA Test

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You may need an immigration testing to prove the biological relationship between alleged father and child? Our results can be presented to the UK Home Office in order to support documentation used for immigration, visas etc.

Discreet Test

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Through our extensive experience in DNA forensic testing, easyDNA is able to offer state of the art DNA forensic test services for cases where clients cannot obtain DNA samples by using the sterile oral swabs we provide in our standard home sample collection kit.

Further questions about paternity testing

How do I collect my samples?

Our sample collection kit, used for both legal and home testing, will enable collection of cheek cell samples using sterile oral swabs (note that prenatal testing is an exception and is done using blood samples). The procedure is done in a matter of seconds and is absolutely painless. We encourage using oral swab samples where possible as we have a very high probability of successful DNA extraction with these samples. If you are unable to provide us with oral swabs, then you might want to consider our forensic DNA testing services for discreet samples as an alternative.

What does the cost of the home paternity test include?

Our home paternity test starts from as little as £129.00. This all inclusive cost covers:

  • Your complete, user-friendly, home DNA sample collection kit sent to your preferred address. We can post your kit anywhere in the UK, including Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland.
  • Analysis of your DNA samples in an ISO 17025 and AABB accredited laboratory.
  • Your results (easyDNA sends results by email. Hard copies can be sent at a small additional cost)

Do I need to test the mother?

easyDNA carries out many of its paternity tests without the mother’s sample. However, we urge our clients to send the mother’s DNA sample when and if she is available. This will help us give you results with a higher of probability of paternity. Testing of the mother comes at no additional charge. Read more information about testing the mother's sample.

To be noted that the NHS does not provide free paternity DNA testing.

What must I know about the Human Tissue Act?

Under section 45 of the Human Tissue Act it is an offence to take any human tissue or DNA sample from a person without their qualifying consent. The person from whom the sample is taken must also be made aware of what that DNA sample or human tissue will be used for. This law applies to the whole of the UK. Please ask us if you need any more information on the Human Tissue Act and the DNA paternity test.

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