Grandparentage

If you are attempting to ascertain somebody’s biological father (or mother) and the potential parent is unwilling or incapable to be tested, you could test grandparents to establish a likelihood of grandparentage.

Grandparent testing might also be used to confirm a biological connection between a young child and extended family provided the legal guardian of said child provides permission for the exam.

How does grandparent DNA testing work?

You inherit one half of your DNA from your biological mother and the other half from your the biological father. Your mother and father also obtained their DNA in precisely the same manner. Therefore, their biological parents contribute their genes, We have the tools and experience to examine them to affirm biological relationships.

A quarter of our genes come from our four grandparents. That is why, although it is not quite as powerful as a paternity or maternity testing, a grandparent test may still detect DNA matches and extend an accurate likelihood of biological relationships.

You don’t need to be local for our staff to execute your DNA testing. We can arrange collections across the USA. Once all samples are collected and shipped in, results are typically available within 5-6 days.

What Should be Collected?

To conduct this test, we Will Have to gather samples from:

  • Mother
  • Child
  • Both Parents of the alleged father

In order for results to be utilized as defensible proof in any legal case, the exam must be gathered, examined and reported by accredited professionals – do-it-yourself DNA kits won’t hold up in court since identities aren’t verified and appropriate collection procedures can’t be recorded

We only utilize AABB-accredited labs, so we maintain the strictest standards in DNA laboratory testing.

To begin, contact us today.