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Fraser and Fraser
Fraser and Fraser provides specialist research through tracing missing beneficiaries for unclaimed estates worldwide for the legal profession. We are one of the UK`s largest firms of professional genealogists and international probate researchers, and a Corporate Member of the Association of Probate Researchers. 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.
How can we help?
Our clients are diverse and so are their requests, which is why we offer a wide range of services.
• Finding Missing Beneficiaries
The research process involves: local enquiries, birth, death and marriage indexes search, historical family trees and in-house library, technology, people-finding software and international partnerships to enable us to locate missing heirs.
• Missing Beneficiaries Insurance
We can obtain quotes from partnered insurance companies for ultimate protection to executors, administrators and beneficiaries against a claim being made on the estate by any unknown part of the family after it has been distributed.
• Will Search Service
Search for both registered and unregistered wills in the UK. A number of methods are used including:
Certainty (REACH, National Wills Register, Missing Will Notice Board), contacting local Will Writers (members of the Institute of Professional Will Writers and the Society of Will Writers) as well as checking with the Probate Registry safe custody clerk.
We also offer:
• Medallion Signature Guarantee stamp
• Asset Reunification
• Certificate Ordering Services
• Missing Will Insurance
• Research Assessment
• Share Valuations
• Probate Valuations and Sales
• Empty Property Insurance
• Nil Rate Band Check
• Bankruptcy Searches
If you have an enquiry contact us now:
020 7832 1430 • firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on our services please visit our website: http://www.fraserandfraser.co.uk/
For more information on the Association of Probate Researchers visit: http://www.a-p-r.org/
020 7832 1430