DNA Paternity Testing Labs

LabCorp AABB and ISO Accredited & Court Approved

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We Offer Peace of Mind Testing and Court Approved Testing

All Test performed by LabCorp, The #1 DNA Laboratory in the United States

343 West Houston, Suite 308 San Antonio, TX

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Welcome to DNA Paternity Testing Labs, San Antonio, TX

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343 West Houston, Suite 308, San Antonio, TX

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At DNA Paternity Testing Labs we use the best Medical Laboratory in the industry, Laboratory Corporation of America. If needed, we can also refer you for legal counsel or a physician referral.  Lastly, if you need a local medical clinic please ask your medical counselor for assistance.

Why establish DNA Paternity in Texas?

Paternity testing is conducted to determine if a man is an individual’s biological father. While several different ways to establish paternity were used in the past, DNA testing is now the most accurate and popular method and the only method admissible in Texas courts. 

Texas residents seek paternity tests for reasons varying from curiosity to settling custody and financial disputes. Determining paternity also is necessary to give children access to family medical histories and information about potential genetic diseases, and to any veteran and social security benefits or medical insurance available through the father. 
If a paternity test is to be used in a court of law, chain of custody of the DNA sample must be verified. This means that every step of the paternity testing process and 
analysis is documented, from the collection of the DNA sample by an independent party through the processing of the sample. Paternity testing is carried out on DNA from the child, the alleged father, and, for greatest accuracy, the mother. DNA can be acquired from buccal (cheek) cells, or other tissue samples. At DNA Paternity Testing Labs we do all this for you. Call a DNA Paternity Counselor now for more information on DNA Paternity Testing.

noncustodial parent?
Simply put, you are the parent who does not have
primary custody of the child. But this does not mean
you don’t have rights as a parent. Remember, you are
a very important part of your child’s life.
A managing conservator, or custodial parent, has the
legal right to decide where the child will live. This right is
commonly called custody. A possessory conservator, or
noncustodial parent, has the legal right to spend time
with the child and know the whereabouts of the child.
These rights are commonly called “access and visitation”
or “possession.”
Many people think only fathers can be noncustodial parents,
but that is not the case. In Texas, about 10 percent
of noncustodial parents are mothers. Some of the information
in this guide is directed toward fathers, but most
of the information can apply to either a mom or dad who
is the noncustodial parent.


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343 W Houston #308 San Antonio TX (855) 884-5640
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