Our Research Center is located in Salt Lake City. We have satellite offices in Los Angeles, New York, and Fort Lauderdale.
Since 1935, American Research Bureau has built a durable heritage of connecting heirs with their lawful inheritances. We search for those who are missing or unknown and connect them with their lawful inheritance. Like an unsolved mystery, the people at ARB enjoy searching the past to solve the mysteries of the present. With a best-in-class research team – employing proprietary data gathering techniques and technologies – ARB has a unique capacity for success. Hard work and passion moves us forward but we derive our greatest satisfaction from that moment in a client engagement when it becomes certain we’ve accomplished what we set out to do.
Our mission is to employ skillful genealogical research and proven investigative methods to connect heirs to their lawful inheritances and, in some cases, re-establish long forgotten family relationships. It is on a foundation of best-in-class research capability, and a commitment to honesty, transparency, and professionalism, that we continually provide top-tier service for clients worldwide.
Besides an open vacation policy, excellent health and dental insurance, wellness days (i.e., office massages), monthly lunch and learns, 401(k) and a competitive salary – you will get an opportunity to work with a team of dedicated professionals – researchers, attorneys and support staff in a team office environment who strives to provide consistent, accurate information connecting heirs to their lawful inheritances.
Our team of dedicated professionals – researchers, case managers, reporters, and support staff – enjoy working at ARB and love making a difference in the lives of many families.
ARB is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering a competitive benefits package and a team-oriented environment. As such, it adheres to an employment policy that prohibits discriminatory practices or harassment against applicants or employees based on any legally impermissible factor(s) including, but not necessarily limited to, race, color, religion, creed, sex, national origin, age, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, disability or any protected military or veteran status.