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Grandparentage DNA Testing is a powerful tool for determining genetic relationships. With this type of testing, it is possible to determine with accuracy whether or not two individuals are related through bloodlines. It is often used when the father or mother of a child is not available for testing, or if the family history has been incompletely documented.
Non-Legal Grandparentage Test
With our non-legal Grandparentage Test, you can collect DNA samples privately and confidentially in your own home. When all testing procedures are carefully followed, the results of the test will be as accurate as with any other collection procedure. However, the information obtained cannot be used in court proceedings because the process does not follow approved chain of custody requirements.
Legal Grandparentage Test
Legal Grandparentage Testing follows the strict requirements of chain of custody, and therefore can be admitted as evidence in court. If the purpose of testing is to conclusively determine genetic relationships for custody, child support or inheritance in a legal or government proceeding, our binding legal testing protocol is the appropriate choice.
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How accurate is grandparentage DNA testing?
The accuracy of grandparentage DNA testing can vary depending on a number of factors, such as the number of genetic markers that are tested, the quality of the DNA samples, and the relationship between the grandparents and the child. Generally, the more genetic markers that are tested, the more accurate the results will be. Most reputable DNA testing companies claim an accuracy rate of 90-99% for grandparentage testing.
How is the DNA sample collected for grandparentage testing?
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Can grandparentage DNA testing be used for legal purposes?
What is the process for getting a grandparentage DNA test for legal purposes?
Once the lab receives the samples, they will analyze the DNA and produce a report that includes the test results. If the test results indicate that the grandparents are biologically related to the child, this can be used as evidence in a legal case. It’s important to note that the rules and requirements for using DNA testing in legal cases can vary depending on the jurisdiction and the type of case, so it’s important to consult with an attorney or legal expert to understand how DNA testing can be used in your particular case.