Drug testing for court

Drug testing for court

A court drug test can be ordered to fulfil a legal requirement that an individual is, or is remaining, drug-free. In family law cases involving child custody, for example, the court may require drug testing to safeguard children. A solicitor may order drug testing to...
DNA testing near me

DNA testing near me

Our DNA testing services can be accessed in many ways. Our testing kits can be bought on-line, direct from AlphaBiolabs and at High Street stores near you. We also offer nationwide Walk in Centres and sample collectors across the UK. DNA testing just a click away DNA...
Free DNA testing

Free DNA testing

Is there such a thing as free DNA testing? This search term frequently hits the top spot on Google searches and is a question our Customer Services team get asked regularly. DNA testing is not available for free. DNA testing is also not available on the NHS. What can...
Court ordered paternity testing

Court ordered paternity testing

Paternity tests can be ordered by the court to prove or disprove the question of biological fatherhood. This is usually requested in cases when financial support is needed for the child. For example, court ordered paternity testing would be needed to settle disputes...
Drug testing training

Drug testing training

Would you know how to recognise when someone is under the influence of drugs or alcohol at work? Is your company legally compliant and aware of the legislation surrounding drug and alcohol abuse? If your answer is no, not really, or you’re not sure, then AlphaBiolabs’...
Paternity test without father

Paternity test without father

Can a DNA paternity test be performed without a father being involved? This question could be related to two scenarios. 1. Father is unaware or does not consent to a DNA test It is illegal to obtain a DNA sample from a father for testing without his knowledge....
DNA testing on the NHS?

DNA testing on the NHS?

Can I get my DNA test for free on the NHS? This is a question that our Customer Services team get asked regularly. DNA testing, including Paternity tests, aren’t available on the NHS. What the NHS advises is that you discuss your situation with your GP [1]. Your GP...