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Receive research strategies and advice from a professional genealogist during your 45-minute consultation that will help you continue your own research. Your virtual genealogy consultation will allow you to have your questions answered in real-time by an expert–all from the comfort of your own home! Check out our Frequently Asked Questions.
*Consultations are conducted in English. All regions offer an option to schedule with a professional translator for an additional fee.
- Ukrainian, Lemko, and Carpatho-Rusyn Genealogy
- Central European Genealogy
- Eastern European Genealogy
- Mid-Atlantic & Southern United States Genealogy
- Unknown Parentage/Adoption DNA research
- Historic DNA Research (pre-1850)
- US Research (1850-present)
- Canada Ancestry Research (1850-present)
- Genetic Genealogy (DNA)
- French Canadian/Acadian Genealogy Research
- Cherokee Genealogy Research
- Genetic Genealogy and DNA Research
- Sweden Genealogy, Norwegian Ancestry Research
- French Family History
- Spain, Mexico and South American Genealogy Research
- US and British
- Canada and Australia
During your private consultation a professional genealogist can provide strategies for locating records from before civil registrations, offer solutions to deal with document loss, or provide tips to navigate the different parishes, townlands, and historic divisions of your ancestral places.
Whether your challenge is following the migrations of your ancestors, dealing with burnt counties, locating pre-civil registration vital records, identifying documents for ante-bellum African American ancestors (both enslaved and free), or navigating Native American rolls and census reports, a consultation with one of our professional genealogists can help you get on the right track.
Whether your challenge is determining the ancestral hometown of your ancestors due to boundary changes, locating vital records (civil and ecclesiastical) in the U.S. and the modern successor country to the ruling historical Empire, overcoming document loss, or using foreign language resources to decipher your ancestor’s heirloom documents, a consultation with one of our professional genealogists can help you get on the right track