DNA Paternity Testing
Tomo Drug Testing provides reliable and accurate, legal, and non-legal paternity testing. We are committed to offering paternity testing at reasonable rates and with professional and courtesy service. Tomo partners with DNA Diagnostics Center (DDC), a leader in DNA and paternity testing. Having processed more than 20 million DNA tests since 1995 you be sure you are receiving a result you can trust. Tomo currently offers paternity testing at our Springfield-Division Office, Tulsa, Oklahoma office and Indianapolis, Indiana Office.
Tomo provides both legal and non-legal paternity testing.
Legal paternity testing provides a result that is admissible in court that shows proof of a relationship for child support, custody, immigration, birth certificate, Social Security, or other legal reasons. Non-legal paternity testing provides just as accurate a result however it is not admissible in court and is generally used personal knowledge.
DNA Paternity Testing
- DNA Testing can also determine a family relationship using paternal grandparents if the possible father is not available. One or both patneral grandparents can participate.
- Maternity DNA testing can confirm a maternal relationship for immigration and adoption.
- Sibling DNA testing can determine if two people share the same father if the father is not available for testing.
What do I receive as a result of the paternity test?
After testing is completed, you will receive a one-page laboratory report and explanation sheet that describes some of the numbers on the report.
The report will show the probability in percentage probability of paternity for the alleged father.
The probability will either be zero, which means that the tested man is excluded and cannot be the biological father. Or, if there is a match between the alleged father and child, the probability of paternity will be greater than 99.99%.
You can find a sample report to gain a better understanding of what the results may look like. If you have any questions after you receive your report, please call us, and we will be happy to discuss it with you.