Sibling DNA Testing is a DNA test process that is performed to determine if two or more people share one or both parents. For example to determine if they are full or half siblings. Sibling DNA tests are typically used as an indirect method to prove family relationships when the alleged father is not able to perform a paternity test. However, in rare cases, sibling tests are used to determine if 2 people share the same mother.
With all relationship testing, the mother of the child is always urged to test. This allows less of a chance to receive inconclusive results. If the biological mother is not available, the test can still be performed. Additional undisputed siblings can also be added to provide a stronger test result. To discuss the best options, give us a call to help you decide what is best.