Sara Weisman is a probate generator for Lauth Investigations: Heir Search Division. She holds a Juris Doctor and a Bachelor of Science in public relations, with a concentration in psychology. She brings a unique understanding to the probate process with her professional legal background and genealogy research experience. During her spare time, she enjoys traveling with her husband and spending time with their cat.
Susan Thompson is a graduate of Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Family and Community History, with a particular interest in Wales and in early Southern US migration. She has been creatively hunting down ancestors since the age of 10 and took that childhood passion into her professional career . Always thinking outside the box.
With her combined 5 years as a client manager in the heir search industry, as well as her genealogical research experience, Susan brings a unique combination of understanding the probate process. She is able to explain and help the heirs through the probate process.
Susan enjoys spending time with her family in Florida, creative writing, live musical performances and watching college and professional football (Go 49ers!).
Jessica is a claims support specialist for Lauth Investigations. Originally from Connecticut, Jessica studied Business at Southern Connecticut State, and Criminal Justice at Lincoln College of New England. Jessica moved to Colorado in 2018 to be closer to her family. When she isn’t at work, she enjoys being outdoors and cooking food for those close to her, occasionally cooking for the office!
The Heir Search Division is excited to have Anne Marie Schmitz as one of their Probate Researchers! She has over 15 years of genealogy research experience. Prior to becoming a probate researcher, she worked as a private kindergarten teacher and holds a Master of Education degree and Master’s degree in History. You can find Anne Marie spending time with her family, old house hunting, baking, and photography in her spare time.
Allison Kotter is a professional genealogist pursuing accreditation through ICAPGen in the Southeast United States. Her professional genealogy skills and processes have been honed through a variety of genealogical education including the Research Like a Pro Study Group, Research Like a Pro with DNA Study Group, the ICAPGen Level 1 Study Group, the Becoming An Accredited Genealogist Professional SLIG course, multiple Family History courses as BYU, and work as an heir investigator for Lauth Investigations. She has a Bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in psychology with a minor in statistics. She loves using the research skills she learned in college to solve family mysteries. When she is not doing genealogy, she is focused on spending as much time with her two little girls as possible