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DNA - Relationship Testing

Are DNA tests just for paternity?


We can collect DNA for confirmation of various relationships, including paternity, maternity, sibling, grandparents, twins (identical vs fraternal)... And if your wondering if you share a paternal lineage, we can help you determine a Y-chromosome relationship.




What do I need to bring with me?


For a non-legal test for paternity - also known as a "peace of mind" test - then we simply need you and the child. If you are testing for a legal case, then we need a valid photo ID (e.g. Driver's License) from the potential father, and the original birth certificate for the child.




How long does the DNA sample collection take?


The entire collection process usually takes about 30 minutes, including paperwork if needed.




How long does it take to get the results?


For non-legal testing, the results average 3-5 days. For legal testing, approximately 5-7 days.




How is a DNA collected for relationship testing?


The normal method is by swabbing the cheek of each person involved. It's painless, tasteless, and non-invasive.




How are the results presented?


A DNA Test Report will be provided to Oris by Universal Forensics Corporation, our chosen company for DNA processing. This report will include the DNA collection date, name of parties involved, the relationship(s) in question, the sample type (e.g. mouth swab), a stated conclusion including percentage probability of the relationship being confirmed. Should your test be submitted as legal, then a hard-copy DNA Test Report - usually notarized - will be mailed to our office and provided to you. We will then contact you in a predetermined manner to protect your privacy.




What is the difference between non-legal and legal testing?


Non-legal or "peace-of-mind" testing is just that: to confirm what both parties suspect to be true... or not true. No paperwork even needs to be generated for this type of testing and is done for your knowledge only. It is not admissible in court. Legal testing includes chain-of-custody confirmation paperwork which can legally defensible in court cases: identity verification, signatures, provides proper documentation, and documents specimen collection - all done by a neutral 3rd party. Legal testing is most often done for child support claims, naming the father on a legal birth certificate, inheritence/estate issues, child custody, adoption, and immigration. Regardless of whether the test you want is legal or non-legal, Oris handles, stores, and packages all specimen collections with equal care and efficiency.




Do you need the mother's DNA for paternity testing?


Testing the biological mother’s DNA increases the chance of a conclusive result for any DNA test, including paternity, siblings, or grandparents.





 

DNA - Infidelity Confirmation

Are DNA tests just for paternity?


We can collect DNA for confirmation of various relationships, including paternity, maternity, sibling, grandparents, twins (identical vs fraternal)... And if your wondering if you share a paternal lineage, we can help you determine a Y-chromosome relationship.




What do I need to bring with me?


For a non-legal test for paternity - also known as a "peace of mind" test - then we simply need you and the child. If you are testing for a legal case, then we need a valid photo ID (e.g. Driver's License) from the potential father, and the original birth certificate for the child.




How long does the DNA sample collection take?


The entire collection process usually takes about 30 minutes, including paperwork if needed.




How long does it take to get the results?


For non-legal testing, the results average 3-5 days. For legal testing, approximately 5-7 days.




How is a DNA collected for relationship testing?


The normal method is by swabbing the cheek of each person involved. It's painless, tasteless, and non-invasive.




How are the results presented?


A DNA Test Report will be provided to Oris by Universal Forensics Corporation, our chosen company for DNA processing. This report will include the DNA collection date, name of parties involved, the relationship(s) in question, the sample type (e.g. mouth swab), a stated conclusion including percentage probability of the relationship being confirmed. Should your test be submitted as legal, then a hard-copy DNA Test Report - usually notarized - will be mailed to our office and provided to you. We will then contact you in a predetermined manner to protect your privacy.




What is the difference between non-legal and legal testing?


Non-legal or "peace-of-mind" testing is just that: to confirm what both parties suspect to be true... or not true. No paperwork even needs to be generated for this type of testing and is done for your knowledge only. It is not admissible in court. Legal testing includes chain-of-custody confirmation paperwork which can legally defensible in court cases: identity verification, signatures, provides proper documentation, and documents specimen collection - all done by a neutral 3rd party. Legal testing is most often done for child support claims, naming the father on a legal birth certificate, inheritence/estate issues, child custody, adoption, and immigration. Regardless of whether the test you want is legal or non-legal, Oris handles, stores, and packages all specimen collections with equal care and efficiency.




Do you need the mother's DNA for paternity testing?


Testing the biological mother’s DNA increases the chance of a conclusive result for any DNA test, including paternity, siblings, or grandparents.





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Oris Exam Services, Inc.

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North Hollywood, CA 91606

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