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Single Grandparent, Mother & Child

Results in 4 days

  • 30 minutes
  • 475 US dollars

Cavehill Labs

A Grandparent DNA Test is often a preferred option for determining the paternity of a child when the alleged father is absent or unavailable for testing. Grandparents' rights in paternity testing are frequently overlooked, yet this type of test can be crucial in resolving uncertainties about familial relationships. There are typically two main reasons why grandparents seek DNA testing for their grandchildren: either they harbor doubts about the paternity of their son's or daughter's child, or they aim to establish a familial connection with a grandchild whose family denies their relationship and restricts access to the child. The results of a Grandparent DNA Test can have various legal implications, including eligibility for Social Security benefits, inheritance and insurance claims, and certain immigration cases. For enhanced accuracy and conclusive results, we recommend involving the child's mother in the testing process. Whether seeking peace of mind or pursuing legal matters, our expertise and precision in grandparent DNA testing guarantee reliable answers. We uphold strict privacy measures to safeguard the confidentiality of your results and never disclose or sell your DNA information to third parties. Typically, results from grandparent DNA tests are available within five days of collecting DNA samples from all relevant parties. The purpose of grandparent DNA testing is straightforward: to establish family relationships in the absence of the alleged father. Whether for personal knowledge or legal purposes, our comprehensive services cater to your specific needs. We offer grandparent DNA testing services across the United States, with the flexibility to arrange testing at partner laboratories nationwide. Depending on your requirements, we provide two types of testing options: personal and legal. For personal knowledge, our prepaid home DNA testing kits allow for convenient sample collection in the comfort of your home. Please note that results from personal DNA tests are not admissible in court and cannot be used for legal purposes. If you anticipate needing results for legal purposes, we recommend opting for legal testing from the outset to save time and resources. Legal testing requires DNA sample collection at an approved facility, ensuring adherence to legal standards. The results obtained from legal testing are court-admissible and can serve as legal proof for various purposes, including ss benefits, custody matters, and insurance claims.

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