Welcome to FMO Research, the forensic genealogy division of Find My Origins, Inc.

Forensic [fuh-ren-sik] adjective (Dictionary.com)

1. pertaining to, connected with, or used in courts of law or public discussion and debate.

2. adapted or suited to argumentation; rhetorical.



Genealogy [jee-nee-ol-uh-jee] noun (Dictionary.com)

1. a record or account of the ancestry and descent of a person, family, group, etc.

2. the study of family ancestries and histories.

3. descent from an original form or progenitor; lineage; ancestry.


Forensic Genealogy is also known as “heir search.”




Why do I need a forensic genealogist?  You need a forensic genealogist if you need to know about kinship...


Kinship [kin-ship] noun (Dictionary.com)

1. the state or fact of being of kin; family relationship.

2.relationship by nature, qualities, etc.; affinity.



  • You are a real estate or other property investor and you need to know contact information for the owner(s) of properties, including the owner’s kinship, if they are deceased, and contact information for their heirs or potential heirs.


  • You are involved in, or plan to be involved in, legal proceedings and need independent and unbiased kinship research and testimony in cases such as disputed probates, disputed property titles, disputed mineral, oil and gas rights and disputed insurance and trust issues.


  • You need to have your own kinship independently documented as part of an application, such as for dual citizenship.


  • You are interested in your own genealogy and/or have the results of a DNA test.  Now you need to know who those “matched cousins” are, how they are specifically connected to you and how you might contact them.


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