DDC UK offers a broad range of DNA testing services to help individuals verify their family relationships. All of our services are performed following the chain of custody procedure, making our test results legally defensible in courts of law and other government departments. Whether you need your test results for peace of mind or for any legal purpose—such as to resolve child support or inheritance disputes—DDC UK can help.
Explore our DNA test options by visiting the links below. If you have any questions about which test is right for you, please call us at 0800 860 0856.
DNA paternity testing verifies whether a tested male is the biological father of a tested child.
A DNA test can be used to prove claimed biological relationships in an immigration case.
DNA maternity testing verifies whether a tested female is the biological mother of a tested child.
DNA grandparentage testing verifies whether two alleged grandparents (typically the alleged father's parents) are the biological grandparents of a tested child.
Genetic reconstruction is a series of DNA tests that verify whether a child is biologically related to multiple close relatives of his or her alleged father.
DNA siblingship testing verifies whether two alleged siblings are biologically related as full siblings or half siblings.
Twin zygosity testing reveals whether twins are identical or fraternal.
Y-STR testing verifies whether tested males are biologically related through their fathers.
Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) testing verifies whether tested individuals (male or female) are biologically related through their mothers.
DNA profiling is the creation of a report that describes an individual's genetic "fingerprint"—his or her unique genetic makeup.