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M.D Daniel Curran on BBC Radio Scotland with Stephen Jardine

M.D. Daniel Curran on BBC Radio Scotland with Stephen Jardine

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M.D. Daniel Curran featured on BBC Radio Scotland with Stephen Jardine today. The topic of discussion was heir hunters, and the show opened up with the declaration that “you could be in line for an unexpected bumper inheritance”. Daniel explains to listeners how it all works.

We find out that new government figures show that thousands of estates of deceased Scots are currently unclaimed, with a total value of around £3 million.

Listeners are treated to an interesting conversation about how the Heir Hunters really work.

Finders have an Edinburgh office and Scottish solicitors or councils seeking our assistance are welcome to contact us directly via phone or email.

Otherwise, everyone is encouraged to check the Scottish Unclaimed Estates list for a connection to a potential inheritance claim.

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