Do you need to hold a deadbeat father accountable? We offer confidential paternity testing services!
It’s always devastating when marriages fall apart, and the children are often the biggest casualties. Many former couples successfully share parenting responsibilities after their marriages end, but too many absentee fathers fall behind on their child support obligations; less than half of all custodial parents receive all the child support they’re owed, and over a quarter receive nothing at all! Establishing paternity is a crucial component of child support, adoption, and immigration proceedings, and our team at First Choice makes it easy to arrange confidential and legally binding paternity testing!
We’re a full-service third-party administrator located in south Little Rock and offer industry-leading turnaround times on all of our lab testing services. We keep a Medical Review Officer (MRO) on staff to verify all test results and will provide conclusive proof of paternity to any court or agency of your choosing. Our staff members are on your side, and they’re committed to professionalism and legendary customer service!
You never have to make an appointment for paternity testing, and we can collect a sample at our clinic during normal business hours. You’ll need to present the child’s birth certificate at the time of your test, and all donors will need to present a government-issued photo ID. We’ll collect a sample using a mouth swab from all donors, and the process is quick and painless. We’ll need a specimen from both the child and the alleged father to establish paternity, and can also arrange to collect a sample with other third-party administrators throughout the United States in the event that the alleged father isn’t available for testing at our lab. In the event that he is unwilling to submit for testing, we can also test his siblings or parents.
It costs nearly $300,000 to raise a child over the course of 18 years, which is a financial hardship for both parents. In the event that a deadbeat dad is unwilling or unable to meet his responsibilities, paternity testing is a great way to hold him accountable!
For more information about DNA paternity testing, or to schedule an appointment, contact us online or give us a call at 501-661-9992.