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About My German Family
Researching 20th-century German family history can be a challenge, especially if you don't speak fluent German. Trying to find specific documents in various archives can feel overwhelming if you're not an expert in the field. Plus, Germany's strict data protection rules are a real hurdle to overcome. And let's not forget the frustration of dealing with uncooperative registrars!
This is where Ursula C. Krause, the German genealogist with a law degree comes in. Ursula is a recognized authority in this specialized field. With her combined legal and genealogical expertise, she skillfully navigates through complicated terrain to bring crucial information to light.
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"When I asked Ursula Krause to do research for me into my German grandparents, I expected birth, marriage and death records for both my grandfather's and grandmother's sides of the family. What I got was those and more. Photos of the village and the church where my family worshipped. The unit history of my grandfather's World War I service. Leads to possible living cousins. And a candid cost-conscious appraisal of where research should be focused for the most benefit. In short, I got a thoroughly professional job from a thorough professional I wouldn't hesitate to recommend."
Judy G. Russell