LEGAL NOTICE: UNKNOWN CHILDREN OF THE LATE JEFFREY EPSTEIN
If you believe you may have given birth to a child fathered by the late JEFFREY EPSTEIN who recently committed suicide, or that he may have been your biological father, please contact us immediately, without delay!!
Harvey Morse, Chairman of Morse Genealogical Services, LLC was featured on Inside Edition on Monday, August 12, 2019.
Ari Morse, President of Morse Genealogical Services, LLC, was quoted in this article,
“We have reason to believe that based on his [Epstein’s] behavior that there may be some unidentified children that are out there and as such, they would likely be entitled to claim against the estate,” said Ari Morse, a representative of the genealogical research firm.
If anyone comes forward, the firm would combine various techniques, including DNA testing and in-depth movement histories of both Epstein and their client, to help stake the person’s claim to part of the estate.
Morse Genealogical Services, LLC is mentioned in this article.
Harvey Morse, Chairman of Morse Genealogical Services, LLC is quoted after his interview for this article in Le Perisian, in Paris, France
Ari Morse, President of Morse Genealogical Services, LLC, Ari Morse was quoted in this article,
Morse Genealogical Services, LLC is mentioned in this article
We Locate Missing Heirs
Our company's unique ability to locate missing heirs and persons has been a family tradition since 1939. During "The Great Depression", at the behest of a Massachusetts judge, Harvey's grandfather was approached with the tedious task of locating the unknown heir to an estate. After successfully completing this challenge, the judge approached him with a similar second case. His success led him to the establishment of a promising business venture: genealogical research for probate matters.
The business began to grow and word spread of his company's unique expertise throughout the legal community. Shortly afterward, Harvey's father entered the business, then Harvey himself, after graduating Boston University and attending Suffolk University Law School. Harvey relocated to Florida where he continued to expand his grandfather's vision. The Morse family expertise, along with personal accomplishments, has made Morse Genealogical Services, LLC (FL: A-0000919) one of the largest companies in this industry.
With almost four decades of locating the missing, Morse Genealogical Services, LLC is offering the kind of experience and industry-exclusive savvy to get the job done. They are court qualified experts and often court-appointed investigators.
The Morse Genealogical Services, LLC client list includes many government agencies, Fortune 500 companies and hundreds of individuals, which are testament to its impeccable reputation and track record. Morse Genealogical Services, LLC has offices and affiliates in Europe, Florida and New England, with correspondents throughout the United States and the world.
As legally recognized experts, Morse Genealogical Services, LLC is uniquely qualified to handle all aspects of searches and locating people. Morse Genealogical Services, LLC is respected worldwide and its name is synonymous with international genealogical investigation. The firm serves banks, trust departments, administrators, executors and attorneys, as well as courts, state and federal governments. When expert advice and counsel are needed, Harvey E. Morse is revered as amongst the best in his field, even by his competitors.
Harvey Morse is an active member of chambers of commerce, genealogical societies and investigative organizations. Harvey is also deeply involved in many civic and charitable groups. As an active member with all, Harvey has served as an executive officer or director for most of them. It's this kind of personal hands-on involvement that makes Morse Genealogical Services, LLC a world-class genealogical research firm unlike any other.
Once we have been engaged by an attorney, trust officer, Executor, Administrator or an heir, we then begin the meticulous task of documenting relationships in preparation of our finished work product which may include a comprehensive affidavit or court testimony, or both.
Throughout the process, we do our very best to stay in touch with our clients whenever there are any new developments, as the probate timetable may well be a lengthy one. Delays occur as a result of the legal process itself, and the acquisition of certified documents and records, which once requested, may take weeks or months before they are returned from a governmental or private repository. Our goal is to provide our clients with the very best genealogical service available, as there is nothing more important than maintaining our well-respected reputation, both in the United States and abroad.