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Research Service International

Research Service International

(763) 553-0132

Research Service International

1950 S Ridge Dr
Long Lake, MN 55356-8907
Fax Numbers
  • (763) 553-0139
Additional Email Addresses
BBB File Opened: 10/01/1984
Business Started: 01/01/1979
Business Started Locally: 01/01/1979
Business Management
  • Alan Craig Noot, Forensic Genealogist
Contact Information
  • Principal: Alan Craig Noot, Forensic Genealogist
Business Category
  • Genealogists
  • Unclaimed Funds Retrieval Services

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Out of Business

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According to the information provided by Research Service International, they specializes in familial succession on behalf of estates and trusts in the U.S.A, Europe, South America, and other foreign lands. Obtains all the necessary evidence so that the court can make a proper judicial finding as to heirship. Expert oral testimony in court is an adjunct to the service. DNA services are also offered with respect to both paternity issues affecting heirship. Free consultations offered with respect to applicable statutory and case law.

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Research Service International


Research Service International

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