Genetic Reconstruction
Genetic reconstruction entails a series of DNA tests and is conducted to determine whether or not a child is related to the alleged father's close relatives.  This allows an indirect way to determine family relationships when an alleged father is not available for a paternity test.
o    Mother of the child MUST be included in testing. o    Average turnaround time is fourteen (14) business days from receipt of all specimens.
Genetic Reconstruction is similar to putting together a puzzle.  Thus, detailed information is needed to order to determine who needs to be included in the testing and what fees would be involved.
o    Is there a stored specimen available from the deceased alleged father?  (If yes, please see POST MORTEM TESTING) o    Is the mother of the child in question available for testing? o    Are one or both of the biological parents of the deceased individual available for testing?  (If yes, please see GRANDPARENTAGE) o    Are biological full brothers or sisters of the deceased individual available for testing?  How many? o    Are additional children of the deceased individual available for testing? Do they share the same mother as the child in question and is she available for testing?  (If yes, please see SIBLINGSHIP STUDIES)
CALL FOR PRICING.