What is a Grandparent DNA Testing?

A Grandparent DNA test is a DNA test that helps to determine whether or not a grandmother or grandfather are biologically related to a child.

Some of the most common uses for this specific type of DNA test is to help determine paternity and for social security when the biological father of the child is unavailable to have his samples collected.

How to get started:

Getting started is simple. All you have to do is contact our office today at 866-269-2516 to inquire about an appointment and/or Home DNA test kits.

What to expect from our assistance:

– Fast, Accurate & Affordable DNA results in 2-3 business days.
– Professional DNA Sample Collection Technicians with over 10 plus years experience.
– Easy appointment set-up
– No Hidden Fees
– Results are recognized by the USCIS, Embassies, Passport Agencies and Family Court.
– Facilities that we partner with are accredited by the AABB to conduct Immigration and legal chain of custody testing.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will my DNA test result take?

The turn around time for a Grandparent DNA test result take  2- 3 business days from the date in which the DNA lab receives all of the party’s involved samples.

How much does this DNA Test cost?

It is important to note, A Grandparent DNA test is a family reconstruction test. Therefore, we recommend contacting our office at 866-269-2516 for a quote about your specific situation.

Can paternity be determined by a grandparent?

As stated earlier in this post. Yes! A Grandparent DNA Test is a great alternative to determine the paternity of a child if the alleged father is uncooperative or, is unavailable to have his DNA sample collected.

If you are dealing with a situation where the biological father of the child is unavailable to be tested and you need to provide proof of relationship. Please contact our today at 866-269-2516 to get started.

Can a grandparent request a paternity test?

A grandparent can request a paternity test if he or she is the guardian of the child. The grandparent will have to file a petition with the court if you are the guardian. If a grandparent is not the guardian of the child. The grandparent will have to seek permission from the mother or guardian of the child in order to perform a DNA test.

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