Canadian DNA Services specializes in DNA testing for legal and private cases, and offer a wide range of services scenarios. Providing Paternity testing to private individuals and legal representatives to resolve paternity disputes, establish child custody, identify rightful heirs, and assist with the adoption process and insurance claims.
Also known as an Aunt/Uncle DNA test, this allows a brother or sister of the alleged father to participate in DNA analysis to determine a parental biological relationship with a child.Learn More
Grandparentage testing can be used when there are lingering doubts about the paternity of a grandchild but the alleged father is not available for testing. It is also useful to prove that they are biologically related to a grandchild in cases where the child may be denied having a relationship with the grandparents for any number of reasons.Learn More
Y-Chrom (Y-STR) Testing
This DNA test is often used to provide additional evidence in difficult paternity situations in which the alleged father is not available for testing – indirectly, it can tell you whether or not a child is related to the alleged father’s brother(s) and other male relatives who share a common paternal line.Learn More
Our Laboratories are equipped with state-of-art instrumentation, which allows us to receive high-resolution DNA-based identity tests, while adhering to the strictest of quality control and quality assurance guidelines of regulatory agencies. Our standard test includes analysis of 16 to 28 genetic markers which offers accuracy to 99.9999+%. All reports are reviewed by a P.H.D. Analyst and all exclusions are run in duplicate to ensure accuracy.