What if DNA evidence is in conflict with the tree shown in family search?
Not sure if there's a better category to ask this question ... hope this is OK to ask here.
With so many people submitting DNA these days, it is becoming quite common story that someone gets a DNA kit as a gift only to discover that a parent or grandparent or great grandparent etc. in the family tree is not actually the biological ancestor. I've been using genetic genealogy tools for several years now to help people map out their biological family tree and contact their biological family members (who are usually willing to submit DNA for confirmation).
Once we map it out and get DNA confirmation, the person I'm helping and a some of the newly discovered biological siblings/cousins/aunts/uncles etc. will have this info showing in a public family tree on Ancestry.com or similar DNA site. But whenever I'm here on family search and come across that branch, I'm unsure what to do with the information. Should this DNA information be available on family search so descendants who are interested can research the biological branch and learn about their biological ancestors?