Monday, June 21, 2010

I live in Kentucky, the court says I must do a DNA Paternity Test. Do I have to use the test through the state?

No, you may use a private test from a AABB accredited lab. I general this can save you several hundred dollars and get your results back in 3 business days rather than 45 days with the state test.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Indiana residents, here is another tip. If you are an alleged father and have been told you have to submit to a DNA test for Child Support, by law you have the option to do a private test rather than the state test. Call us at AccuGen DNA Service and save sometimes hundreds of dollars by using our Legally Admissible DNA Paternity Test and receive your results in a much faster time frame. Call us at 502-895-3628 and set up an appointment. We serve the southern Indiana areas of Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Scott and Jefferson counties. You can check us out on the web at .

New Indiana Law takes affect on July 1, 2010

Indiana residents, did you know that a new law goes into effect on July 1, 2010. Unmarried fathers may need a DNA test to show paternity before signing the Affidavit of Paternity. AccuGen DNA Service is available and ready to help. We will come to the hospital on new born babies at no extra charge and collect your samples and have your answer in 3 business days with RUSH options available for even faster turnaround. Give us a call at 502-895-3628 and we will come to you the same day, and at the most affordable price in the area. Check us out on the web at or email us at .

Monday, June 7, 2010

Can a home test be admissible in court?

For a test to be admissible in court the collection process and handling of the samples through testing must observe Chain of Custody and samples must be collected by a dis-interested 3rd party. This means your friend, relative or neighbor cannot do the collection or be a so called witness. Some unscrupulous companies claim that you may use their home test in court if you have a neighbor or friend witness the collection. Beware this sales pitch. If you need a test for court have it done by a reputable company using an AABB accredited lab.

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