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The Heir Hunters®

  • No Win No Fee.

    We offer a claims service where we aim to undercut the fees of any of the recognised Heir Hunting firms in the UK. Our clients may also be entitled to FREE legal services for dealing with the administration of an estate and property conveyancing.

  • Beneficiaries.

    If you believe that you are entitled to a share of an unclaimed estate and you have been approached by Heir Hunters who are proposing to charge you a fee that you are unhappy with give us a ring. You should not feel pressured into signing any form of agreement.

  • Solicitors.

    We offer a beneficiary research and tracing service on a contingency fee basis where neither you nor the estate that you represent pay a fee. Our fee is negotiated with any missing beneficiaries that we trace ensuring that any existing heirs who are your clients are best served.

    Latest Heir Hunter News

    • 1939 Register

      Posted by The Heir Hunter on May 30, 2018

      The 1939 Register is an important genealogical resource that is now available to family history researchers. It provides details and information for each person and household during this period in history. The publication of the register bridges nearly a thirty-year gap in census data. Members of the research website Find My Past have had access to […]

    • Dementia Action Week 2018

      Posted by The Heir Hunter on April 30, 2018

      In the UK, one person develops dementia every three minutes. Yet too many people living with dementia face the condition alone and excluded from society. Dementia Action Week takes place on 21-27 May 2018 and the Alzheimer’s Society will be asking everyone to take actions big and small to improve the lives of people affected […]

    • Lasting Power of Attorney

      Posted by The Heir Hunter on March 29, 2018

      We all hope that we will be able to make our own independent decisions in the future and whilst some of us will be able to others may find that they lose the mental capacity to make such decisions. If you make preparations for such a possibility perhaps you can ease your mind and help […]

    • Scam Emails – Inheritance

      Posted by The Heir Hunter on February 27, 2018

      There are a number of Heir Hunter scam emails circulating that suggest you are entitled to a huge inheritance. In the case of the below example when someone responded to the email they were asked for 3,500 dollars to release the funds. The emails do not originate from The Heir Hunters® and we advise you […]

    • Unclaimed Estates

      Posted by The Heir Hunter on January 30, 2018

      If someone dies without leaving a will they are regarded as having died intestate. The following family members are entitled to make a claim to the estate in the order below: husband, wife or civil partner children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and so on mother or father brothers or sisters who share both the same mother and […]

    • New Year’s Resolution – 2018

      Posted by The Heir Hunter on December 31, 2017

      Georgina Lawton is a family columnist in the Guardian newspaper and a freelance journalist. Her New Year’s Resolution for 2018 is to trace her family and identify her origins. She explains that there has been a family secret kept from her for more than 20 years and she is going to uncover everything that she can. […]

    • Unclaimed Assets – USA

      Posted by The Heir Hunter on November 14, 2017

      There are billions of unclaimed dollars in the United States of America and some of the cash could be yours! In the USA unclaimed assets are held by individual states however you can conduct a free multi-state search using the NAUPA Missing Money search engine. NAUPA also have an interactive map where you can search state-by-state. […]

    • Unclaimed Assets – Australia

      Posted by The Heir Hunter on October 31, 2017

      There is around $1 billion worth of unclaimed financial assets lying in Australia and some of the cash could be yours! Unclaimed money from lost bank accounts, shares, investments and life insurance policies are deposited with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). The Commission are Australia’s financial services regulator and they hold the unclaimed assets […]