BirthCertificate.us.org Offers Guide to Building a Legitimate Family Tree

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Will explain how to get legitimate information rather than relying on family legend.

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The guide will take people step by step through the entire process of building a legitimate family tree, even if they have no formal genealogical training, the BirthCertificate.us.org spokesman said.

BirthCertificate.us.org is releasing a comprehensive guide to building a legitimate family tree, the company announced yesterday.

“One of the main reasons people come to our company is because they are doing a genealogy project,” a BirthCertificate.us.org spokesman said. “It's hard trying to do so if you are just relying on what your family tells you, because they may hold back legitimate information if they think it may embarrass someone in the family.”

The guide will take people step by step through the entire process of building a legitimate family tree, even if they have no formal genealogical training, the BirthCertificate.us.org spokesman said.

“One of the hardest parts about building a comprehensive family tree is that parents and grandparents will often only tell people about legitimate children who were acknowledged by the family,” he said. “There is no shame in illegitimate children today, there once was, but they should be part of any complete family tree.”

The guide to building a legitimate family tree will be available in the members' area of the BirthCertificate.us.org website, he said.

“There are a lot of tricks you can do to make it much easier on yourself to build an accurate family tree,” he said. “Once you learn the ropes it can save you weeks, if not months of time in your genealogical research. We are happy to help people who are serious about building a legitimate family tree get the job done.”

About BirthCertificate.us.org:

BirthCertificate.us.org was created to give people access to public birth records. It offers consumers an independent source of birth record information from a constantly updated database. Visit BirthCertificates.us.org to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-335-9169, or email Manager(at)BirthCertificate(dot)us(dot)org with any questions or concerns.

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