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Paternity Testing Can Give Fathers Peace of Mind

Paternity testing can provide valuable information to a potential father or a child who needs to verify the identity of their father. When DNA testing was new, it took a long time to get results. Testing labs needed blood samples from the child, the child’s mother and the potential father in order to determine paternity. Today, a simple cheek swab is all it takes. Unofficial testing can even be done in the privacy of the home. Results for these tests can be available in less than a week so the family can make important decisions that will affect the rest of their lives.

When a man is unsure whether they are a child’s father, that can have a profound effect on their relationship with that child. A paternity test can offer the information they need to enable them to either get closer to the child or possibly end their relationship with the child’s mother. This type of question can be devastating for a family and getting the answers as soon as possible is usually the best option.

The testing can be done discreetly through the mail. The testing kit can be delivered, the samples collected and the results received, all within the same week. The speed of this process can provide peace of mind for men and their children. With the results in hand, children will know for sure if the man they know as their father is biologically related to them. This can be useful for adult children as well as younger kids who want to know their biological dad. Women who are unsure if a man is actually their child’s father can get confirmation with one of these tests early in the child’s life.

Although these kinds of tests can’t be used in court to establish legal paternity, they are very accurate. Home testing kids can verify whether a man is the father is definitely the father and can also definitely exclude a man as the father. Including the DNA of the mother can help improve the accuracy of the results but it isn’t necessary to exclude a man as a potential father.