When the alleged parent is either missing or deceased and both alleged grandparents are available for testing, a missing parent analysis can be performed. Including the child’s mother is not required, but is highly recommended in order to achieve the most accurate results.
Because a child inherits exactly 50% of its genes from its biological mother and 50% from its biological father, that child shares exactly 25% of its genes with each biological grandparent.
If both biological parents of the alleged father are tested and they do not possess the paternal genes between them, then they are excluded (ruled out) as the biological grandparents. When both biological parents of the alleged father possess the paternal genes between them, they are not excluded as the biological grandparents.
After we receive your samples, AABB-accredited court admissible test results will be completed in as little as 2 business days.
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ATTENTION: Our Missing Parent Test is not permissible in the State of New York.