Detecting and proving paternity can be a complex task and one that can be difficult to do without the help of experts. That’s where discrete paternity testing comes in – a type of genetic testing that is designed to detect the presence of a male contributor to a child’s genetic makeup without identifying him specifically.

Discrete paternity testing is a forensic genetic test used to determine the paternity of a child. It is a less costly, more accurate way of determining who the father of a child is than using a traditional family tree DNA analysis.
How does discrete paternity testing work?
The father’s genetic material is collected and analyzed. This can be done in a laboratory or at the father’s home. The results are then interpreted and used to determine who the father of the child is.
What are the benefits of discrete paternity testing?
There are several benefits to using discrete paternity testing over traditional family tree DNA analysis. First, it is less costly. Second, it is more accurate because it uses genetic material that is directly from the father. Third, it is faster and easier to conduct than traditional family tree DNA analysis. Fourth, it is less invasive than traditional family tree DNA analysis, which may be preferable for some fathers. Fifth, it can be used to resolve disputes over paternity between families or between couples who are not related by blood. Sixth, it can help identify any children that may have been born as a result of an affair or same-sex relationships.