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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

    • 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 […]

    • Free Wills Month 2017

      Posted by The Heir Hunter on September 27, 2017

      ‘Free Wills Month’ is an initiative that brings together a number of well-respected charities and local solicitors who offer members of the public aged 55 and over the opportunity to have their simple Wills written or updated free of charge. The organisation is currently looking for new solicitors to get involved with this year’s campaign […]

    • Heir Hunters List

      Posted by The Heir Hunter on August 23, 2017

      The current series of ‘Heir Hunters’ on BBC TV feature details of persons who have died leaving unclaimed estates. Assets belonging to the deceased person pass to the Treasury if relatives of the deceased are not traced and the Treasury takes in millions of pounds each year from unclaimed estates…..  Some of the cash could […]

    • Long Lost Family

      Posted by The Heir Hunter on July 25, 2017

      Tomorrow evening Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell team up to present Long Lost Family, the documentary series which aims to reunite family members after years of separation. In the past the show has offered a lifeline for people who are desperate to find long-lost relatives. The new series starts on ITV at 9pm on Wednesday […]

    • PPR Conference 2017

      Posted by The Heir Hunter on June 22, 2017

      PPR relates to the Professional Paralegal Register which is a voluntary registered scheme to promote professional paralegals as a recognised fourth arm of the legal profession. Their conference on 22nd June attracted our founder who is a member of the Institute of Paralegals together with other prominent Heir Hunters. Representatives of the Association of Probate Researchers and The International […]

    • Statutory Wills

      Posted by The Heir Hunter on May 16, 2017

      A statutory will is a way of making a will for somebody if they lack the mental capacity to make their own will. Applications need to be approved by the Court of Protection but once approved they have the same effect as if that person had capacity and had made their own will. The Court […]

    • Long Term Empty Homes

      Posted by The Heir Hunter on April 12, 2017

      Long term empty homes can cause problems for local authorities in that they can affect the appearance of a neighbourhood however it is the people living nearby that have to suffer the consequences when an empty home becomes derelict or is vandalised. Empty properties are seen as a wasted resource and returning them back into […]