SGD540 Home Paternity Test

EasyDNA Singapore offers Peace of Mind paternity test for a father and child. There are NO EXTRA FEES. This test can be carried out with samples from the alleged father and child only but inclusion of the mother’s sample is always recommended. EasyDNA Singapore guarantees absolute confidentiality with all DNA tests.

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Features of our Peace of Mind Paternity test.


At EasyDNA we test comprehensive genetic markers on the DNA samples analysed – which is the required international standard for paternity testing. This high number of markers tested helps to make the test highly conclusive. In the case of a paternity test, the alleged father will be included with a percentage of 99.99+% if all the genetic markers between the alleged father and child match. The exclusion rate of paternity will be 100%.

Easy sampling

The kit we provide has easily understood instructions together with the necessary swabs for sample taking. The kit will be sent out to you in an unmarked envelope within 24 hours of confirmation of payment.. Our DNA kit collection guide can provide you with more information prior to purchasing or carrying out the test.

Fast Result

At EasyDNA Singapore we understand that it is sometimes necessary to obtain your DNA test results as quickly as possible. Whilst we already offer a very competitive turnaround time of 7-8 working days on our tests, through our express DNA testingoption we can now also offer you the opportunity to obtain you DNA test results just 4-5 working days after the samples are received at the laboratory and registered into our system. Results will be sent to you by email unless otherwise requested (additional charges may apply).

Note: We can only guarantee standard result turnaround time when testing takes place solely using oral swab samples. Using a discreet sample for your test may lead to an increase in turnaround time.

We do not offer express testing if you choose to send a discreet sample. We can offer express testing only if you use mouth swabs.


Accreditation is your guarantee of the reliability and accuracy of the results of your test. At EasyDNA we guarantee that all testing is performed strictly by an ISO accredited laboratory. This means that all precedures must consistently follow strict guidelines as set by the accreditation standards. To find out more the benefits of using an accredited laboratory visit our Laboratory.


EasyDNA has a network of collection centers where clients’ can have their samples collected by a qualified specialist. The company you choose for this need to offer you constant technical support explaining every stage of the test to facilitate the whole process. Contact us via email, phone or Live Chat to discuss any questions you may have.

  • How do legal tests differ to home tests?

    legal paternity test will provide the same accurate result as that of a standard paternity test. However, the legal paternity test differs in that it requires a different sample collection procedure, also known as Chain-of-Custody, to ensure the correct identity of the samples sent for testing. The samples in a legal test have to be collected by an independent third party, normally a medical practitioner or qualified nurse, who will take responsibility to handle the DNA samples once they have been collected and act as a witness to the sampling.

    By going through this procedure, the result of the legal paternity test can then be used for proceedings in a court of law or for applications to various government departments such as for immigration applications.  It is therefore important, prior to ordering your paternity test, to identify and be well-informed as to which type of test you require.

    Can I upgrade to a legal test?

    If you select the home paternity test, then it CANNOT be used for legal purposes and it CANNOT be upgraded to a legal DNA test at a later stage. This is because the samples in a home paternity test are not collected using the chain of custody procedure necessary for a legal paternity test. Moreover, you cannot use results of a home test in a court of law.

    To find out more about the legal version of the test visit our legal DNA test or else go back to our paternity testing main page.

  • When can testing the mother be important?

    A DNA paternity test compares 20 genetic markers of the alleged father to those of the child. If the alleged father is in fact the true biological father of the child, then all 20 genetic markers will match between the two profiles. If there are markers which do not match, then the alleged father will be excluded as the child’s paternal father. However, there are cases where a possible mutation may have occurred on one of the loci which may result in an inconclusive result. In such cases, the sample of the mother will assist to conclude the result as it will be able to confirm if the mutation is really a mutation or not.

    Testing the mother is also very important in the case of DNA relationship tests such as for siblings, aunt/uncles and grandparents where the sample of the mother greatly increases the chance of obtaining a conclusive result.

    What about relationship testing cases?

    In relationship DNA testing, the mother’s sample is extremely useful. For example, in the case of a full siblings test, the sample of the mother will allow for the elimination of part of the genetic data that has to be compared between the two siblings, thereby, leaving the genetic markers inherited from the biological father for a more straightforward comparison, hence making the result more accurate.

    At easyDNA we offer the opportunity to include the sample of the Mother at no extra cost. Therefore, if available, we strongly recommend that the sample of the mother is included when submitting your paternity test.