PARADISE, Calif.--(Mr. Locator, tells the true stories of Robert Nemecek, an expert genealogical researcher, as he examines unsolved cases involving unclaimed inheritances. Investigating through a vast research network, including computer systems, public records, genealogical resources, as well as through speaking with friends, neighbors, employers and family members is the way that missing heirs are found.)--Ancestry, genealogy and family trees are all hot topics these days. The new book,
Finding these errant heirs is, and has been, a time consuming, expensive and meticulous research endeavor. Every step is scrutinized by judges, courts, administrators, bankers, insurance companies, trust officers or lawyers. No stone can remain unturned and everyone must be accounted for. Working against statutes of limitation, cut-off dates and deadlines, time is of the essence. Each case is different and there are varying requirements. Once deadlines pass or others have made claims, positions may be diminished, or worse yet, lost forever and lawfully irretrievable.
Genealogical researchers are respected experts, and good ones like Robert Nemecek are a dying breed.
Author Robert Nemecek selected six cases he deemed best for this book:
About The Author
Robert R. Nemecek, a veteran of World War II and avid pilot, started tracing missing persons and doing genealogical research work in 1949. He formed his own company named Robert’s and Associates, which handled many cases nationally and internationally. His research work proved invaluable in the movie The Lincoln Conspiracy and also in his search for long-lost art objects. In his free time, he is active on another book that shall soon be published.
He and his wife, Twila, reside in Paradise, California with their cats. Robert may be contacted via email at email@example.com.
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