The newest branch of the heir tracing company GEN Gesellschaft für Erbenermittlung mbH is located in Frankfurt am Main. Since July 2017 our colleagues in the Hessian metropolis have been supporting our national and international search for heirs and drawing on their expertise in genealogy and inheritance law. With his proficiency in over ten foreign languages, Dr. Andreas Kamp greatly contributes to GEN's ability to conduct probate research and communicate directly and autonomously in many languages.
In the often complex search for heirs we profit from many archives and the German National Library being on location. With the addition of the Frankfurt am Main branch, GEN GmbH now has branches in four of the five most populous cities in Germany.
Frankfurt is not only the starting point for research in the Rhine-Main Metropolitan Region, which has a population of over five million and includes Wiesbaden, Mainz, Darmstadt, Aschaffenburg, Worms, Hanau, Gießen and Fulda. Southwest Germany can also be quickly reached from Hesse for expeditiously trace missing heirs. Frankfurt Airport provides for excellent coverage, through which our new office is predestined to handle international probate and estate matters.