Normally, a report will be available within two to four months from the date we begin the investigation. In smaller searches, (e.g., searches for civil vital records) the results and documents may be available within a few days to a few weeks. In forensic cases, those can often be resolved in one to three weeks from inception.

Know that there are a lot of steps to genealogical research and much of them are dependent upon responses from others outside this organization. Many genealogical resources, particularly on contemporary period research, are held by private/public repositories and government agencies whose collections are only accessible by them. Staffing cutbacks, and many more genealogical enquiries than ever before, now significantly impede response times with many of these organizations. A researcher is often totally dependent upon their response timelines in completing a series of search strategies. Sometimes, waiting periods can be very lengthy, particularly on civil vital records.