Court Admissible Services
Endeavor DNA Laboratories offers a range of AABB-accredited, accurate, and affordable testing options for legal purposes.
Listed below are some common reasons for requiring a legal DNA test:
- Child Custody & Child Support
- Social Security Survivor Benefits
- Court Order
- Estate Settlement
Court-admissible AABB-accredited testing requires strict sample collection procedures to maintain chain of custody and must undergo more stringent lab testing processes. Our expert case managers will assist you through the entire process to coordinate sample collection and ensure all necessary legal documents are properly completed. Once testing is complete, the laboratory will issue a notarized test report that is court-admissible in all 50 states. Call today for your free no-obligation confidential consultation.
Paternity DNA Test
Paternity DNA tests determine the likelihood that a male is the biological father of a child.
Questions? Not sure which DNA test to pick from?
Contact Us and have one of our experienced Case Managers guide you through the process. Every case is different and we will custom build a solution for you.
Maternity DNA tests determine the likelihood that a female is the biological mother of a child.
A DNA siblingship analysis compares the DNA of one person to that of another to determine the likelihood that they are related biologically as siblings.
This DNA test definitively determines whether twins are identical or fraternal.
When the alleged parent is either missing or deceased and both alleged grandparents are available for testing, a missing parent analysis can be performed.
Avuncular tests calculate the likelihood of relatedness between a child and an aunt or uncle.
A grandparent DNA test calculates the likelihood of relatedness between a child and one or both grandparents.
Y-STR testing determines whether two males share the same paternal lineage.
A person’s DNA profile is a permanent means of individual identification.