Paternity testing of someone who is deceased can be done using a deceased alleged father DNA test.
Did the alleged father of your child die before you were able to get a DNA test done? Did your son die and now someone is claiming he was the father of her child? What ever your personal situation is just know that all is not lost.
With a deceased alleged father DNA test you can get the answers you desire. Call the Paternity Lab Center at 1-800-416-7407 to find out more about the deceased alleged father DNA test and get a free consultation. You can also fill out our contact us form at http://www.paternitylabcenter.com/paternity-deceased.html.
In order to have a deceased alleged father DNA test performed a blood or tissue sample from the deceased man is necessary. The sample you need for the deceased alleged father DNA test may be obtained from the coroner or the medical examiner.
If no tissue sample is available they may be able to provide a card with a blood stain collected from the deceased. If that can be obtained the situation would be ideal for the deceased alleged father DNA test.
Another possible source for obtaining a sample is from the hospital if the deceased was hospitalized prior to his death. The hospital may have a tissue, stored blood sample or a paraffin block of tissue they collected from the deceased and stored away.
After the sample is obtained, in order to do the deceased alleged father DNA test a sample must be taken from the child and the mother (to insure accuracy). The test results are available in up to five (5) days.
Call us today to get started at 1-800-416-7407 or fill out the contact us form at http://www.paternitylabcenter.com/paternity-deceased.html for a free consultation.