DNA Sibling Testing Informational Test is used in situations where the parent or parents are not available for their samples to be collected. The DNA Sibling Test report confirm the possibility or likelihood that alleged siblings are full siblings, half siblings, or not related at all, Non Legal Siblings test cannot be used for any legal matters and results are not court admissible. Base price covers 2 participants. Additional participants $120 per person.
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DNA Sibling Non Legal Testing
DNA Sibling Testing Non Legal Test is used in situations where the parent or parents are not available for their samples to be collected. The DNA Sibling Test report confirm the possibility or likelihood that alleged siblings are full siblings, half siblings, or not related at all.:
Full v. Half – The siblings being compared share the same mother but are unsure of the father.
Half v. Unrelated – The siblings being compared know they have different mothers but believe they might share the same father.
Non Legal Sibling test cannot be used for any legal matters and results are not court admissible. Base price covers 2 participants.
Non Legal Sibling DNA test, is only for informational purposes and cannot be use in court related cases. If there is a possibility that the results will be needed for legal issues, We strongly recommend a Legal Sibling DNA.
Conclusive & Inconclusive Results
Since siblingship testing is a second degree relationship and could require additional samples to obtain a conclusive result. Usually the mother is STRONGLY recommended for all relationship tests to improve the statistics and limit the possibility of additional testing.
Conclusive – Results that fall in the ranges of 0.00-9.99% or 90-99.99% provide enough statistical evidence to confidently report the results as excluded or cannot be excluded.
Inconclusive – Results that fall 10-89.99% do not provide enough statistical evidence to confidently report the results as excluded or cannot be excluded. At this time your results will recommend providing additional participants. This will help drive the results towards conclusive results.
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Sibling Non Legal Informational DNA Testing $289
- Add- ons:
-Extra Participant $120
-Onsite Collection $100+ $0.65 p/mile.
-After Hours Collection Fee $30
-Weekend Collection Fee $50
-Holliday Collecion Fee $75
-Next day Rush results Fee $480
– The test must be paid in advance of collection from electronically invoice and in the event of donor~NO SHOW after 1 hour, collection fee will be non refundable.
*After hour and weekends collections are subject to Collector’s availability.
For more information please Contact our office via e-mail [email protected] or call us toll free 1888-499-6393
What a Sibling DNA test determines?
A Sibling DNA test is intended to determine the possibility and likelihood of two or more individuals being full siblings, half siblings or sharing no biological relationship
Full siblings have two biological parents in common, half siblings have only one parent in common (either the mother or the father).
What is a DNA Paternity Test?
A DNA paternity tests the comparison of a child’s genetic material to an alleged father’s genetic material to determine the probability of them sharing a biological relationship. The mother’s sample is strongly recommended and improves statistical results.
What is the difference between the Legal Test and the informational only?
A legal test is court admissible. The identity of each individual tested is varified and the chain of custody is tracked. A third party performs the collection. Results are delivered within 3 to 5 business days. Informational or private test is for your own peace of mind and is not court admissible. An informational test can be collected by our professional collectors or even yourself with a home kit.
Can I use my testing results in court?
Only Legal test results can be used in court. Informational DNA results are not court admissible.
Are the results confidential?
Yes, results are only accessed through the communication channels indicated on the sample collection forms.
What will happen on my sample collection appointment?
Participants will fill out paperwork, pay for the test, a trained collector will take pictures in case of a LEGAL Test , identification documents, and collect the samples.
What should I bring to the appointment?
Legal cases, Participants are required to bring photo identification for adults, and birth certificate, social security card, or immunization records for minors. A Parent or legal Legal Guardian must be present for any collection involving a minor. For non Legal cases/informational, no proof of identification is required, as results are only for informational purposes, and there no chain of custody involved.
What is the difference between a Legal and a Non Legal DNA Test?
Non Legal DNA test are only intended for informational purposes, Non legal cannot be used in court of for any type of legal issues, it’s mostly used just to identify relationship. Legal DNA test are an important part of the Legal system, this type of test can be used on any legality such as Family Court Cases, Child Support, Inheritance, Immigration cases, etc, The test is required to have proof or chain of custody from the moment of collection and until the final results are delivery, pictures must be part of the file as well other proof of identification and signed disclosures. !Paternity DNA Legal and Non Legal have the same procedures of testing for accuracy.
Is there any difference between Buccal Swab & Blood Paternity and Family DNA final result?
Both methods of DNA collection will provide the same accurate final results, Buccal swabs are now days the most preferred way to collect a DNA specimen, specially with small young babies and kids, the process is quick and painless.
How can parties be tested in different cities?
Our office can setup appointments throughout our network and find the closest location to you in the US territory. With our service parties samples can be collected in different cities with the peace of mind of professional facilities and staff.
What does ‘Chain of custody mean’?
Chain of Custody is a legal document that tracks the sample from the time of collection to the time it is tested. Each person that comes in contact with the sample is documented to trace the sample.
for any questions please contact directly our office at 954-522-8378 toll free: 1-888-499-6393 or via email at [email protected]
DNA Siblings Testing Non Legal