At Blanchard’s Inheritance we specialise in Genealogy, Probate Research and Beneficiary tracing. We have a team of dedicated researchers, based in the South East of England, who together have traced thousands of missing heirs around the world, as well as tracking down lost documents and assets, dealing with estate distribution and many other probate services available to both the legal and public sectors.
Certainty the National Will Register is the Law Society's endorsed provider of a National Will Register and is used by thousands of solicitors every day to register and search for Wills. Certainty is proven to reduce the risk of distributing an estate on an assumed intestacy basis or when a Will or later Will may exist.
We are a modern company with traditional values, offering a wealth of experience in tracing individuals and working with the legal profession. Initially specialising in probate research, services now include debtor tracing and background vetting. Our strength is in ‘Making the connection’ - taking the smallest initial information and building detailed family trees, write reports or trace individuals, businesses or charities.
Anglia Research is a specialist provider of probate genealogical services, both to the legal profession and to the general public. An international firm now in its 5th decade, Anglia Research's expertise and dedication has been instrumental in tracing thousands of missing and unknown beneficiaries, as well as tracking down lost documentation and assets. Its professionalism and diligence has led to the successful administration of thousands of estates, both in the UK and around the world.
Family Lines Research operate from the beautiful and historic city of York. The company was founded in 1995, initially to provide probate practioners with a credible alternative to, what was then, a very dominant London market place. Our continuing success over the past two decades has led us to have very valued and regular clients, not only all over the UK, but also in most commonwealth countries, including many offshore tax havens.
Finders International was established by Managing Director Danny Curran in 1997. We are an international probate Genealogy firm, nowadays more commonly known as 'Heir Hunters' following our high profile appearances on BBC1's popular daytime show 'Heir Hunters'. Numerous appearances in the press and on radio and TV have set Finders apart from other firms.
Fraser and Fraser is one of the world’s largest firms of professional genealogists and international probate researchers, and a Corporate Member of the Association of Probate Researchers (APR). We provide specialist research and support services to the legal professions by tracing missing beneficiaries to unclaimed estates worldwide. With over 90 years of experience, we have built up a network of European offices and developed partnerships and working relationships with leading genealogists around the world.
Hoopers offer a range of services designed to help our clients manage the challenges of estate administration. These include: Locating missing beneficiaries named in wills, Tracing legal heirs where an estate is intestate, Identifying heirs of pension fund beneficiaries, Establishing original owners of land and other properties, Determining owners of unclaimed shares, Obtaining copies of birth, marriage and death certificates, wills, grants of probate and letters of administration.
With over 25 years’ experience of helping our clients with the administration of estates, Moore Probate Research provides peace of mind for lawyers, trust and estate practitioners and personal representatives by tracing missing beneficiaries and locating legatees.
Matters researched for lawyers or their clients: Chancel repair liabilities, Manorial mineral and sporting rights, Mineral rights reserved on sale of freehold land, Extents of Lordships or reputed Lordships bought and sold, Boundaries, Commons, Foreshores and riverbeds, Rights reserved by Inclosure Acts, Parliamentary drafting of land law reform legislation, Historic Chancery litigation, Entails and Settlements