Finders International

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Finders International are award winning probate genealogists, otherwise known as ‘Heir-Hunters’. We are now in our 25th year and from our offices in London, Edinburgh, Dublin and Sydney, we are able to provide a comprehensive range of global research and support services; from tracing next of kin and empty property owners to property sales and services and training and support through our conferences. A full list and further details of our public-sector services can be found here.

We provide a free next of kin tracing service for the public sector including social workers, Local authorities, hospitals, funeral directors and more, often locating next of kin within 24 hours. The efficiency of our service means families are able to attend the Deceased’s funeral and inherit the estate sooner, as well as saving the public sector valuable time and money.

Our research staff have received Cruse Bereavement Care training, Friends Against Scams training and are ‘Dementia Friends’ and therefore are equipped to liaise sensitively and appropriately with next of kin should this be required. Finders International is also the founding member of the IAPPR, the International Association of Professional Probate Researchers, which provides regulation and a single authoritative voice for industry professionals, ensuring you are met with a professional efficient service.

If you would like to find out more or get in touch with any further questions, email us at  contact@findersinternational.co.ukor visit our website www.findersinternational.co.uk

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