UK company Probate Research Service is pleased to announce that their solution is now available on the market. Their innovative probate tracking solution can be used to locate missing beneficiaries of Wills. The service allows clients to extend their search beyond the UK, providing them with the power to search for beneficiaries abroad. —
Probate Research Service believes that their solution is important because 50% of the UK population are dying intestate, without creating a will. As such, there is a need for solicitors, executors, and administrators of estates to be able to trace and locate beneficiaries of Wills effectively. Probate Research Service aims to provide this solution.
The solution can be used by solicitors or private individuals to locate individuals who are named in a Will or who are unnamed if no Will exists. Using the solution, clients will have the power to locate current correspondence details faster than other traditional probate tracing methods.
The Probate Research Service solution is more effective because it leverages data in a new way. As such, beneficiaries can be located in a matter of days rather than the typical months it takes to find these individuals. The system uses the most advanced data analytics available on the market as well as data-driven probate tracing services. The solution is suitable for anyone tasked with probate administration.
The company claims that most beneficiaries of Wills can be found in just 10 days using the solution. The company provides their solution online and aims to deliver a fast turnaround for every client.
About Probate Research Service
Probate Research Service was established to ensure it was easier for individuals to find and locate missing beneficiaries of wills. The company provides a no trace no fee solution during the research phase. If the company is unable to find the subject of the search or provide any information they deliver a full refund.
As well as providing probate tracing, the company also offers other solutions including helping clients build a full family tree. This includes all names of family members along with addresses and contact details. This can be useful if no will exists and will provide clients with a structure that they can use to contact beneficial beneficiaries.
More information about Probate Research Service can be found on the company website. Alternatively, a representative for the business can be contacted using the information provided below.
Name: J Gordon-Johnson
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Organization: Probate Research Service
Address: 303 Goring Road, Goring by Sea, West Sussex, BN12 4NX
Phone: 020 8242 1847
Release ID: 89036081