DNA Adoption Search
& Solving Cases of
Professional genetic genealogist, author, and an adoptee herself, Gerri helps adoptees identify and locate their birth parents
and solves other family tree mysteries.
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Berger, an adoptee-rights activist, is passionate about helping people discover the truth of their origins. “DNA is a game-changer, placing the power of knowing who you are back where it belongs—in the hands of the individual,” said Berger.
LET'S GET STARTED
Follow the steps below...
Contact me to schedule a
FREE phone consultation, after you receive your DNA test results.
Retain me to interpret your DNA results and identify and locate your birth parents or other members of your families of origin. Was one of your parents or grandparents an adoptee or foundling? I can help identify their birth parents, too.
Retain me to help you build your family tree, incorporating information and photographs important to you and your family.
Support Adoptees' Rights
to their own
Original Birth Certificates (OBCs)
DISCOVER YOUR ROOTS
WHO ARE YOU & WHERE ARE YOU FROM?
REUNITING FAMILIES ORIGIN
" If you are in your forties, fifties, or even sixties, don’t wait! I’m so glad I entrusted Gerri with the task that I considered impossible. My dear friend, who has such a deep passion because of her own firsthand experiences, gave me the missing parts of the story of my life. I have met wonderful people who were looking for me. My birth dad, who reached out to Gerri periodically, said, “You answered my prayers!” I’m eternally grateful for what Gerri has done for me and my biological family!" ~ Michael
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Please allow up to 48 hours for a reply.
I look forward to working with you.
“In all of us there is a hunger, marrow-deep, to know our heritage- to know who we are
and where we have come from. Without this enriching knowledge, there is a hollow yearning.
No matter what our attainments in life, there is still a vacuum, an emptiness,
and the most disquieting loneliness.” ― Alex Haley