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Raising children is a lifetime commitment that should be shared by both parents, even if they’re unmarried or get a divorce. Many couples are able to successfully set aside their differences for the sake of their children, who also benefit from quality “bonus parents.” But less than half of the custodial parents in the United States receive all the child support that they’re entitled to, and over a quarter receive nothing at all! Deadbeat parents are either unable or unwilling to meet their parental obligations, and some fathers even refuse to claim their own children. Establishing paternity is an essential first step in holding deadbeat parents accountable, and First Choice offers legally binding paternity testing administered discreetly and confidentially.

We’re a full-service medical testing laboratory located in south Little Rock, and we keep a Medical Review Officer (MRO) on staff to verify all test results. We offer the fastest possible turnaround time on all testing results and will deliver all required documentation to any agency of your choosing. In order to fulfill all legal paternity requirements, we’ll need a specimen from both the child and the alleged father. We can collect specimens by mouth swab at our clinic, or we can arrange to collect a sample at any lab in the United States. In the event that the alleged father is not available, we can also test his siblings or parents. The mother is considered optional but included in the fee. All donors will need a government-issued photo ID, as well as the child’s birth certificate.

It’s always unfortunate when parents don’t step up to their responsibilities, and the wheels of justice turn awfully slow. Establishing paternity expedites adoption and immigration proceedings and helps families settle child support disputes. It only takes a few minutes for us to collect a mouth swab from donors, and you can always count on professionalism and legendary service. We’re here to help you get the answers you need and ensure that your children receive all the financial assistance they have coming to them!

For more information about DNA paternity testing, or to schedule an appointment, contact us online or give us a call at 501-661-9992.