✓ Standard Father & Child test just £114 with FREE P&P
✓ Discreet, reliable, professional testing
✓ Easy to use at home
✓ Trusted, confidential result service
✓ Quality assured - ISO 17025:2017 accredited service
The test just takes a few minutes and is very straight forward to complete, our instruction video explains everything you need to know
Peace of Mind in just 5 easy steps1. Buy your DNA Paternity test kit
Our DNA tests cost just £114 (including one father and one child), are 99.999% reliable, have a fast turnaround and are completely confidential. Any additional test is charged at £128 per person. We will deliver your DNA paternity test results in approximately 5 working days from receipt of your test.
To order your easy-to-use, fast and accurate home DNA Paternity test now, just click on the button below and follow the instructions on the page.
Please note that DNA paternity test kit(s) and test results will be sent to one address only, this can be selected at the time of ordering.
To order your easy-to-use, fast and accurate home DNA Paternity test now, simply click here. (Please note these tests are not for legal or immigration purposes)
DNA paternity tests differ from legal or immigration DNA tests. Legal DNA tests, for example, are used when a court has ordered that a DNA paternity test must be undertaken, while immigration DNA tests can be used to support your application to UK Visas and Immigration service to help determine a person or persons’ relationship with a family member who legally lives in the UK. For more information on legal DNA tests please click here. For more details about immigration DNA tests, please click here.
It is important that you acknowledge beforehand that the result of the test may not be what you were expecting, or what you were hoping for. The result of a paternity test can bring with it significant, and possibly irrevocable, consequences that you may not have sufficiently considered before now. The impact on you, or your family, could be lifechanging.
It is always preferable that the mother of the child being tested also participates in the test. However, it can proceed without the mother, if necessary, but the mother should, in all instances, be aware that the test is taking place, and that she is the person providing consent on behalf of the child.
If the mother is unwilling to consent, and it is felt that it is in the child’s interest for the test to take place, then we will only be able to proceed if the test is ordered by a court. There may be limited occasions where we will accept consent from any person named on the birth certificate, for example, if the mother is deceased.
DNA paternity testing can be an emotional process, for everyone involved. How you understand the results, and the potential impact on you or your family, may prove difficult for you or other family members.
At Key Forensic Services, we are here to help and support you, and we recommend that you seek professional advice before and after testing is done.Advice is available from the following services (but we must point out that KFS has no control or responsibility for the content of external sources):
1. Buy your DNA Paternity test kit
2. Receive your sample kit at your home
3. Take your samples, following our easy-to-use instructions
4. Send your samples back to us in the envelope provided
5. Receive your results within five days
If you have any questions or queries about our DNA relationship testing services, you will find all the answers in our FAQs section here
It is a serious offence under UK Law to impersonate another person for the purpose of providing a bodily sample, or to present the wrong child for that purpose and is punishable by imprisonment. It may be a criminal offence under the Human Tissue Act 2004 to have bodily material with the intention to analyse human DNA in the material and use the result for certain purposes without qualifying consent. This offence carries a penalty of up to 3 years imprisonment, a fine or both.