Adoption Tests

What is an adoption test?

If you were adopted and think you have found your birth parents, a DNA test may provide evidence of your biological relationship.

The DNA test may also aid in a current adoption case.  In this case, a DNA test can confirm the relationship of the birth parents to the child who is being adopted.  In certain international adoptions, this is required by the child’s birth country.

Why should I use it?

This test may help you learn more about your personal history.

What happens next?

Click Request a Callback and complete the simple form.  One of our representatives will reach out to you. 

The following is the basic information we will need to process and schedule your test while on the call:

  • Names of the people who will be involved in the test (for example, the child to be adopted, and the birth mother and birth father)
  • Current contact information for all parties involved
  • A return address or email for the results
  • A valid credit card for payment


Prices for an adoption test vary based on the number of people tested. Please contact LabCorp for pricing.


After your order is confirmed, our representatives will follow up by phone and/or email to schedule where and when you can have the DNA samples collected. LabCorp has more than 900 company-operated sites in the US, and we have contracts with more than 10,000 locations globally.  We can also facilitate international collections.