DNA Paternity Test
At homeDNAdirect we offer reliable and confidential paternity tests. With many years of DNA testing experience behind us, we have been able to increase our portfolio of DNA tests to include legal paternity testing and at home paternity testing.
The testing laboratories are ISO 17025 and NATA accredited and all our paternity tests are performed on 21 genetic markers to ensure the accuracy and reliability of our results. Depending on your case, we offer a comprehensive range of DNA paternity tests to meet your requirements.
Our home DNA paternity test is ACCREDITED, AFFORDABLE and ACCURATEHome paternity test for only $259 for one alleged father and child. Price includes the DNA test kit, sample analysis and the result sent via email. There are NO EXTRA FEES.
ACCREDITED by ISO 17025 and NATA accredited our legal tests are INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZEDThe legal DNA paternity test can be used in court cases, for example, over issues of alimony or inheritance. Legal tests can also be used for immigration.
homeDNAdirect and our paternity DNA tests
homeDNAdirect Australia is a leading DNA testing company. We pride ourselves with high standards in laboratory testing and excellence when it comes to customer care. Our paternity DNA test results are 99.9% accurate and we provide this level of accuracy for all our paternity DNA tests.
We carry out the bulk of our DNA testing using oral swabs as these are allow for a quick and easy sample collection that can be carried out by anyone.Once you place your order with us we will send you our DNA testing kit that contains all you need to collect the samples from the comfort of your own home. To see how easy the sample collection procedure is visit our sample collection guide.
What is the cost of a paternity test?
The cost of a paternity test will depend on the type of test you require. Home paternity testing is the cheapest test of the ones we offer. We offer this test for $259.00 which includes testing of alleged father and one child. Prenatal paternity testing is by far more expensive because it requires an entirely different method of DNA analysis as well as a sample collection kit which is very expensive.
You also need to consider whether you will be using standard mouth swabs or perhaps some other very old DNA sample that might need our advanced forensic testing expertise to work with. In cases where the alleged father is dead, we would most likely recommend a relationship DNA test rather then a post-mortem paternity test. Relationship testing makes it possible for to establish paternity by testing the alleged father’s relatives rather then the alleged father himself.