Q: What are your business hours?

A: Our business is available 24/7, scheduled before 3 pm for a same-day appointment.

Q: Where are you located?

A: We are a mobile testing agency conveniently serving Fayetteville, North Carolina, and surrounding areas call for details. We also have testing consultants in the following cities, Click Here

Q: How can I contact customer support?

A: For customer support, you can reach us by calling or texting our toll-free number 1-833-392-6662 or via email at [email protected] 

Q: What payment methods do you accept?

A: We accept various payment methods, including Debit cards, PayPal, Cash App, Zelle, and all major bank Credit Cards.

Q: Do you offer payment plans?

A: Yes, we offer multiple flexible payment options. You can choose to pay half of the deposit upfront and settle the balance upon receiving your test results within 5-7 days. Alternatively, you can pay with the PayPal no-interest "4 Easy Payments" method when scheduling your testing service with DNA TEST PLUS.

Q: Why should I choose a mobile DNA paternity testing service?

A: Choosing a mobile DNA paternity testing service offers convenience and flexibility, as our experts will come to your desired location to collect the samples, saving you time and effort.

Q: How is DNA collected for paternity testing?

A: DNA for paternity testing is typically collected using a simple and painless cheek swab. The swab collects cells from the inside of the cheek, which contain the necessary DNA for analysis.


Q: What is the accuracy of DNA paternity testing?

A: DNA paternity testing is highly accurate, with results typically showing a probability of paternity greater than 99% when the alleged father is the biological father and a 0% probability if he is not.


Q: Can I schedule a paternity test while I am pregnant?

A: Yes, DNA paternity testing is available during pregnancy. Our mobile service provides expectant mothers with a seamless experience by pairing you with a medical professional who will collect a blood sample from the mother and swab samples from the alleged father. We offer non-invasive prenatal paternity testing (NIPP), which is safe for the fetus. To be eligible for this test, you must be at least 7 weeks pregnant. The results are available within 8-10 days. Please note, that the non-invasive prenatal test is not suitable for twin pregnancies.

Q: How much does the paternity test cost?

A: Our DNA paternity and prenatal testing services range from $199.00 up to $1595.00. Click Here  

 Q: What types of individuals can benefit from your DNA testing services?

A:  Our DNA testing services cater to a diverse group of clients. This includes those curious about their ancestral roots, individuals requiring paternity verification for legal or personal reasons, expectant parents interested in prenatal DNA testing, and anyone seeking to gain deeper insights into their health and wellness through our detailed health panels. 

Q: What type of tests and services do we offer?

A:  We offer a variety of DNA testing options, including our most popular services: Prenatal DNA testing, Court Admissible Paternity testing, and Relationship Paternity testing. Additionally, we provide referrals for immigration, consultations on family dynamics, and health screening referrals.

Q: What makes DNA TEST PLUS different?

A: Our clients benefit from our counseling services, accurate & and fast turnaround time with certified lab partners, and highly motivated HIPAA-certified professional consultants.

Q: Do I need a doctor’s order or a court order before a test can be done?

A: No. anyone can have a DNA test performed. In New York, however, a prescription from a doctor is required.

Q: How is a DNA sample collected?

A: You have three options for getting the sample taken: a local collector can come to you; you can go to a lab near your home; or a DNA kit can be mailed to you.

This will contain special cheek swabs known as “buccal swabs.” You take the swab and stroke it inside your cheek to collect the sample, just as you may have seen on television.

Afterward, you’ll place the swab in a special envelope included in the kit, which also contains return packaging.

Q: Who can be tested?

A: Anyone can be tested. If you suspect you or a loved one is biologically connected with another person, you should be tested.

Q: What is required to schedule an appointment? 

Scheduling an appointment is straightforward. A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required at the time of scheduling to secure your time-slot. This deposit will be deducted from your total cost. To book your appointment or for more information, please contact our customer support team either through our website or by calling us at (833-392-6662). We are here to guide you through the process and help you select the most appropriate testing option for your needs.

Q: How long does it take to receive my results?

A: We process the results in 5-7 business days.

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Parental Rights Advocate

Q. What is parental rights advocacy?

A. Parental rights advocacy involves supporting one or both parents in establishing their legal rights and responsibilities concerning their children. This can include help with paternity testing, custody disputes, and access to children.

Q. How can a DNA test help in a parental rights case?

A. A DNA test can conclusively establish paternity, which is often the first step in legal actions related to custody, child support, and visitation rights.

Q. What legal standards are applied to DNA tests for parental rights?

A. DNA tests for legal purposes must meet specific standards regarding the chain of custody and testing procedures to be admissible in court.

Q. Can I request a DNA test if I am disputing custody or visitation rights?

A. Yes, you can request a DNA test if paternity is in question or as part of the process to establish or contest custody or visitation rights.

Q. What steps should I take if I want to establish paternity?

A. To establish paternity, you can contact a legal representative or a DNA testing facility to initiate the process. This will involve arranging for DNA samples to be taken from the child and the alleged father.

Q. How long does the process take to establish paternity through DNA testing?

A. Once the samples are collected and submitted, results can be expected typically within a week, though the time can vary depending on the testing facility.

Q. What can I do if the other parent refuses a DNA test?

A. If the other parent refuses a DNA test, legal action may be necessary. You can petition the court to order a DNA test as part of a paternity or custody case.

Q. How is the DNA sample collected for paternity testing?

A. DNA samples are usually collected using a buccal swab from the inside of the cheek of both the child and the alleged father. The procedure is quick and painless.

Q. Are there any legal protections for the child during this process?

A. Yes, the child's best interests are typically the primary consideration in any legal process involving paternity or custody, with various protections in place to ensure their welfare and privacy.

Q. Who should I contact if I need legal assistance with parental rights?

A. It's advisable to contact a family law attorney who specializes in paternity and custody issues to get qualified legal advice and representation.

Infidelity Support Consultation 

Q. What is an infidelity support consultation?

A: An infidelity support consultation provides individuals or couples with the opportunity to discuss their concerns about potential infidelity in their relationship. It includes discussing the options for DNA testing to confirm or dispel doubts about a partner's faithfulness.

Q. How can DNA testing help in cases of suspected infidelity?

A. DNA testing can identify genetic material from unknown sources on personal items or garments, which may indicate the presence of a third party. This can help confirm or refute claims or suspicions of infidelity.

Q. What types of samples can be used for infidelity DNA testing?

A. Common samples include bodily fluids, hair, skin cells, and clothing that may contain biological material from another person.

Q. Is the infidelity testing process confidential?

A. Yes, the testing process is strictly confidential. Results are shared only with the individual or parties who commissioned the test, and all consultations and results are handled with the utmost privacy.

Q. What should I expect during the consultation?

A. During the consultation, you can expect to discuss the specific circumstances of your situation, the types of tests available, and what each test can and cannot determine. You will also discuss how to collect samples and the legal implications, if any.

Q. How long does it take to receive results from infidelity, DNA testing?

A. Results can typically be available within a few days to a week after the lab receives the samples, depending on the complexity of the test and the quality of the samples provided.

Q. Can infidelity DNA tests be used in court?

A. Typically, infidelity DNA tests are not used in court for legal proceedings unless they are part of a larger case involving paternity or other legal matters. However, the admissibility of such tests can vary by jurisdiction.

Q. What are the next steps if the test confirms infidelity?

A. If infidelity is confirmed, it is advised to consider seeking counseling or legal advice depending on the situation. It's important to plan your next steps in a way that considers the emotional and legal complexities involved.

Q. How can I prepare for the consultation? 

A. Prepare by gathering any relevant items that may contain biological material for testing and jot down questions or concerns you might have about the process or the implications of the test results.

Q. Who will have access to the results of the test?

A. Only the individuals who commissioned the test and the testing staff will have access to the results. If needed, results can be shared with legal advisors or counselors with your consent.


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