Part of my family tree has discrepancies.
I can't work out who is correct. I have a grave-stone record saying one thing, including parents of persons in question, yet familysearch has added different parents to the one named on gravestone. I've tried to do further research to clear up issue, but don't have enough information at this point. Are you able to help clear up issue?
The collaborative tree can be right, partly right, or just plain wrong. Take a look at the change log of the people in question to see who has contributed the information. Each name is a clickable link - you can send a private message to the person or persons involved to see if they may have source information they did not include.2
@Áine Ní Donnghaile Thank you, I'll certainly give that a try. Thanks for the advice. :-)1
Keep an open mind and focus on finding the truth. Gravestones contain information which was NOT provided by the deceased. Thus, if you find records earlier where the ancestor can be found in self reported records that name parents, it is much more reliable. The person who added different parents may be correct or may be confusing names. I would contact the person and see if you can collaborate on friendly terms. (I know you said "familysearch" made the change, but usually it is another person just like you who was working on the tree.)
Oh, and since you provided no details, such as PID, the answer to your question is no, we can't help clear up the issue.2