DNA Testing | Paternity Testing

  1. Immigration
  2. Adopted child
  3. Suspected baby switch
  4. In Vitro fertilization
  5. Personal knowledge and peace of mind
  6. Child custody and visitation
  7. Child support or termination of child support
  8. Estate or inheritance
  9. Infidelity Studies
  1. Run each test twice, following the most stringent procedures to guarantee accurate and conclusive results.
  2. Complete testing in 3 working days (7 working days for a prenatal test).
  3. Maintain your confidentiality using strict communication protocols.
  1. Blood & Blood Stains
  2. Semen
  3. Spit
  4. Chewing Gum
  5. Cigarette Butts
  6. Used Condoms
  7. Plucked Hair
  8. Toothbrushes

When choosing a DNA test or Paternity testing facility to handle something as important as your family, make sure that they have the proper accreditations, because we do!


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Paternity Lab Center can handle your DNA testing in Maryland.

DNA testing in Maryland does not have to be a stressful process. Choosing the right company is half the battle. There are so many reasons why you may need a DNA test.

You may have to establish paternity for a child custody case, or maybe you are looking for immigration DNA testing.

Whatever needs you may have from paternity testing to legal DNA testing we can get the job done correctly. Our fees are cost efficient and you get the top of the line service. Our technicians are ready and waiting to speak with you.

Your first step is to complete the online form (www.paternitylabcenter.com) and one of our representatives will contact you for a free consultation on DNA testing in Maryland. You can also just pick up the phone and call us at (800) 416-7407.

We offer a high level of accuracy because we test every sample that we take twice. We can also offer your test results in 3-5 days. This will give you a quick response and not leave you in the dark.

We are very careful with client records because we maintain a very high level of confidentiality. Your privacy is our biggest concern.

During the consultation we will explain the easy process of giving a DNA sample. The most common way of getting samples are from blood or by swabbing the inside of the cheek.

There are other ways that can be discussed with one of our trained staff members. DNA testing in Maryland is easy and simple when you choose Paternity lab center.

Don’t waste anymore time, pick up the phone and call us today at (800) 416-7407 or just complete the online form (www.paternitylabcenter.com)  and one of our representatives will contact you for a free consultation on DNA testing in Maryland.



CALL NOW: (800) 416-7407


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DNA Testing Services

- DNA Testing
- Paternity Testing
- Maternity Testing
- Legal DNA Testing
- Immigration DNA Testing
- Sibling DNA Testing

Top 5 Visited DNA Testing Sites

- Los Angeles, CA
- Strongsville, OH
- Chicago, IL
- New York, NY
- Inglewood, CA


Cities Served in Maryland:

Andrews Afb
Maryland Eastern Shore
Montgomery County
Ocean City
Baltimore County - North
Bel Air
Glen Burnie
Prince Georges County
Bwi Airport
Carroll County
Harford County
Silver Spring
College Park

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