DNA test identifies grandparents
The Grandparentage DNA Test is used to determine the statistical probability that an individual is the biological grandparent of another tested individual.
A direct paternity tests is always the best option to determine a biological relationship between a child and alleged father. In instances where the alleged father is unavailable or unwilling to participate in DNA testing, a grandparentage test is another option to consider.
Depending on the DNA provided, the strength of the results will vary.
- Includes one or both alleged paternal grandparents and a child
- Indicates the likelihood that the alleged grandparent is more or less likely to be related to the child based on the genetic material exhibited by each person
- Can be used for legal or peace of mind purposes