Where there’s no will, there’s still a way to hunt down heirs

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Amy Littlechild enjoys the thrill of the chase, as she discusses a recent case in this piece in the Daily Mail Careers section.

Daily Mail - 3/12/2015 - Page 66 - Finders International.
Daily Mail – 3/12/2015 – Page 66 – Finders

Amy, who leads a team of three researchers, says: “Using information on the governments unclaimed estates site, we research family histories to trace beneficiaries and contact them, usually by phone.”

“You have to work fast because you are competing with other companies, but you also have to be accurate and careful to explain things to potential heirs over the phone, otherwise they think you are a nuisance caller.”

“It’s a pleasure telling people that they have an unexpected inheritance, but it’s not always about the inheritances. We also trace lost relatives – I once reunited two brothers 60 years after they were separated at birth.”

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