There are two cases of payment of fees

Proportional fees

in cases of revelation of inheritance according to:

The degree of relationship and the number of heirs

The geographical location of the research to be carried out

The importance of necessary due diligence
(very common surname, accessibility of documents, etc.)

The value of the estate assets

Our fees are calculated on the share going to the heir.
If the inheritance liabilities are greater than the assets,
< strong>the Genealogical Study retains responsibility for the advanced costs.

Flat fees

in cases of devolution verification:

When the genealogist is mandated by a notary to verify or validate a devolution of inheritance, the remuneration is in the form of a fixed fee previously defined.

Once the genealogist’s mission is completed, the invoice is sent to the notary who then pays it from the funds he holds for the estate.