LegacyTree is located in Salt Lake City Utah near the world’s largest family history library. Some of the credentials that researchers at LegacyTree have include a genealogy or genetics-related university degree, 10+ years of genealogy research experience, and a professional accreditation in genealogy. People who connect with LegacyTree to do more genealogical research are rarely disappointed in the results.
- Trained genealogists
- Free consultation
- Contact information
LegacyTree is an online genealogy research company. Clients hire one of LegacyTree's genealogist to family research. Having a trained genealogist allows clients to get the best results, usually better than they could do themselves.
When LegacyTree is done with their research they share their results with their clients by providing them with:
- in-depth research and analysis
- a research report
- list of sources searched
- paper and digital documents
- family charts
- a deluxe binder
- your own webpage for sharing
- recommendations for future research
LegacyTree offer potential clients a free consultation to see what they can offer you. They want to know everything you have to offer in order to provide a service that is tailor made for you. Once you provide information about you budget, research you have already done, and what you are hoping to get done LegacyTree can form a package that fits your needs.
Getting in contact with LegacyTree is very easy. An e-mail address, phone number, and mailing address are all provided on their website. They also have an active presence on social media and regularly update their blog.
- Pay per hour
Since you are hiring a professional genealogist to do your family history, fees are pricier than the normal self-searching site. Pricing is based per hour, starting at $100 per hour for 3.5 hours. There are different packages to choose from with the most popular being $90 per hour for 20 hours.
Another negative is once the hours are complete, the research is done. It doesn't matter if there is more information to be found or not. Since is based per hour, research stops once the designated hours are complete.