The test will determine the likelihood of two people being full siblings, half-siblings, or unrelated.
A DNA siblingship test is a scientific technique used to determine the likelihood that two individuals sharing the same biological mother and/or father are full siblings, half-siblings, or unrelated. The test compares the DNA profiles of the two individuals to identify and examine genetic markers. Buccal swabs are commonly used to collect DNA samples for this type of testing, as it is a reliable and non-invasive method of collecting DNA samples.
People who may need to be tested using buccal swabs for a DNA siblingship test include:
- Individuals who want to confirm their biological relationship with a sibling they have been separated from
- Individuals who have doubts about their sibling’s biological relationship
- Individuals who are involved in inheritance or legal disputes and need to prove their biological relationship to a sibling or other family members
DNA siblingship tests can provide accurate, scientific evidence of biological relationships between siblings, full or half, and help resolve questions or disputes over sibling relationships. These tests can provide vital information for anyone who wants to discover more about their family history. DNA siblingship testing can be beneficial in cases where siblings were separated at a young age or through adoption, as it provides a reliable way to determine familial relationships despite a lack of physical resemblance or information about family history.
Results from Home Collection Kits are not legally admissible
Turnaround Time for Results 5 – 7 business days
Persons to be tested: 2 Alleged Siblings and 1 Biological Mother
Additional cost for additional mother or siblings – $1,170 per person