DNA Paternity Test Info
- Determines if the tested man or tested woman is the biological father or biological mother of the tested child. The Personal DNA Paternity Test is exactly what its name implies - used in situations where results are needed only for personal knowledge. For more formal needs, such as a complying with a court-order or trying to secure Social Security or military benefits, a Legal DNA Paternity Test is usually required.
- Determines if the tested man or tested woman is the biological father or biological mother of the tested child. Unlike a Personal DNA Paternity Test, this test also involves collecting valid personal identification of each participant and following a strict chain of custody documentation procedure. This enables the test results to be admissible as evidence in a courtroom or serve other legal purposes.
- Whenever an alleged father is unavailable for testing, a Duo Grandparentage DNA test can help answer if the both the grandfather and grandmother are related to the grandchild.
- Whenever an alleged father or mother is unavailable for testing, a Single Grandparentage DNA test can help answer if one of the grandparents is related to the grandchild.
- Determines whether two (or more) individuals share both parents in common.
- Determines whether two (or more) individuals share one parent in common.
- Determines the likelihood of a biological relationship between an Uncle or Aunt and the child tested.
- Determines whether twins (or triplets, etc.) are identical or fraternal.
- Determines whether there is a biological relationship between the Petitioner and the Beneficiary going through the immigration process when customary evidence (e.g., birth certificate) is deemed insufficient or inconclusive.