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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Get The Facts About DNA Testing In Montana From The Experts At Paternity Lab Center.

There are many reasons for DNA testing in the world today.  The most common reasons for DNA testing in most states are personal knowledge and peace of mind over the birth of a child, immigration DNA testing, infidelity cases and forensic reasoning. 

Just the words DNA testing in most cases can cause fear depending on the reason for the test. 

If you are deeply emotionally involved with your lover or spouse and you suspect that they are cheating this can cause stress.  If you are the cheater, and you recently gave birth to a child; this secret fact can cause anxiety.  Or if you are trying to obtain a visa to relocate to the United States; immigration DNA testing is a concern to you. 

Paternity Lab Center has convenient locations throughout the state of Montana to get you the answers you need and fast.  Call us today at 1-800-416-7407 or complete the online form at www.paternitylabcenter.com and request a free consultation. 

The facts about DNA testing in Montana are probably much different than you have imagined.  First of all; the process is really fast and simple. 

We can take samples from semen, saliva, chewing gum, used condoms or plucked hair to get you accurate results within 3 business days. 

Our tests are performed twice to ensure accuracy and our labs are AABB accredited.  This process is also very discreet and confidential and no one will know about your DNA testing in Montana unless you choose to tell them. 

To start this process; call Paternity Lab Center immediately at 1-800-416-7407.  Or if you prefer; complete the online request form at www.paternitylabcenter.com for a free consultation on DNA testing in Montana today. 



CALL NOW: (800) 416-7407


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