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1: Gather together as much information as you can about your family. The Beginning Research article can get you started. Don’t worry if you are not able to complete all the tasks in this article. Getting the details is what The Genealogy Assistant is for. The more information you have, the better & faster your project can be completed.
2: Make contact by email, phone, or snail mail.
3: Then its time to schedule an interview with you. If you are within driving distance, a face-to-face meeting is preferred, but if that is not possible it can be done over the phone.
4: Along with your retainer you will need to provide copies of the information, records, letters, photos & other documents that you currently have that are related to your research objective. Statement of your research problems or goals, along with copies of pertinent records you’ve already acquired. This is critical to ensure that time is not spent performing research that has already been done. The Genealogy Assistant can not be made responsible for doing research that you have already done unless you include all pertinent and previous research accomplished.
Please note: Older family members are a great resource for information about your family tree. The information you provide can include a GEDCOM file with names, dates and biographical data as well as copies of all original and compiled sources that you already have. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact me at (603) 748-0577, or email firstname.lastname@example.org