Posted on 19th November 2019 by firstname.lastname@example.org
When the question of paternity arises, it’s often as a means of finding out who is biologically responsible for financially supporting a child. It’s an emotional and stressful time for all involved, especially when there’s an ongoing dispute. To find out who the father definitely is (or isn’t), a DNA test may be ordered by the court.
In the vast majority of legal cases, the reason the court has had to order the DNA test is that the man who is... Read More
Posted on 5th November 2019 by email@example.com
The outcome for a families future can often rest on the results of DNA tests. Whilst you may or may not have ever been involved in the paternity testing process, it can often induce a great deal of emotion, anxiety, and fear for those who are. The outcomes have such important consequences that the result must be delivered with absolutely certainty. Those who take a DNA paternity test are incredibly courageous wanting to know the absolute truth.... Read More
Posted on 21st October 2019 by firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted under: Immigration
The uncertainty of Brexit and the impact it will have on the UK’s residents and businesses remains as uncertain today as it was a year ago. The UK media and the government's reports to the UK and the rest of the world’s populous continues to provide little clarity or reassurance as to what life will look like from the 1st of November 2019. So many questions remain unanswered from numerous sectors, and very little clear and considered... Read More
Posted on 12th April 2017 by DNA Legal
Testing a person’s hair, blood, or fingernails for drug and alcohol consumption has been a common way to accurately establish substance abuse.
The results are able to be used in life changing scenarios, such as child custody cases, workplace screening, or reissuing a person’s driving license. Therefore, not only is it important for these tests to accurately show alcohol abuse, but it can be crucial for a person to be able to also prove their... Read More
Posted on 24th January 2017 by DNA Legal
Posted under: Drug Testing
New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) contain substances that produce similar effects to drugs like cocaine, cannabis, and ecstasy. They are commonly referred to as ‘legal highs’, which gives a false impression about how dangerous they can be. Since the introduction of the Psychoactive Substances Act, these so-called ‘legal highs’ are now illegal to produce, supply, import and export.
How are they sold?
They are sold in a variety of... Read More