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Probate Property Sales and Services

One of the services Finders International offers its professional service clients is fast and efficient probate property sales and services for any properties in the UK and Ireland.

Quick sales makes it easier for estates to be correctly evaluated and distributed. We can also arrange for the contents within a house or flat to be valued.

Social housing tenancies

Social Housing – Tenancy Succession Rights

What happens to the occupiers of social housing when a previous sole or joint tenant dies? A Commons Briefing paper this month outlined the rules relating to secure council tenancies and the statutory rights of occupiers.

Allowance Eligibility Breach of Human Rights

The UK’s Supreme Court has ruled in favour of a bereaved mother who wasn’t married to her children’s father and thus not eligible for the government’s ‘Widowed Parent’s Allowance’.

Last Will Image

Aretha Franklin – No Will

Singer Aretha Franklin died last month, leaving no will. What happens when there is no will?

Dave at Dday Birmingham June 2018

Finders International End of 2018 Events

Finders International is to hold a further deputyship development day this autumn.  

Margaret Wilson

What’s In A Name? Wilson

In the next in our occasional series of articles, we explore the surname Wilson, its origins and famous bearers of the name.

Direct cremations set to rise

Rise in Direct Cremations

The way we say goodbye to our relatives looks set to transform in the next few years, according to an article on Funeral Service Times.

Housing supply in England

Housing Supply in England

Current projections estimate that the number of households in England will increase by an average of 210,000 every year from 2014 to 2039. Can the country meet the demand?

Dementia risk advice as part of health check

Dementia Risk Advice as Part of Health Check

Dementia prevention advice is to be included as part of an NHS Health Check.

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The Jobs That Have Disappeared

Rat catchers and knocker-uppers—many a job that used to be prevalent in the UK has since disappeared.

The IAPPR Reaches Australia

Danny Curran, chairman of the IAPPR met with Deanna Mannix today in the glorious New South Wales sunshine.

Revealed—the Top Baby Names for 2018 So Far

Olivia, Maya, Muhammad and Oliver—these are among the most popular names for babies in 2018.

Media

Daughter of SAS hero who inherited £140,000 estate to star on BBC show

A woman whose father was one of the founding members of the SAS has inherited a £140,000 estate from a relative she never knew.

Sunday Mercury : Family Miss Out On Pensioner’s £300,000 estate

A FAMILY'S celebrations following news they had inherited a fortune have been cut very short following the II th hour discovery of a will.

The Guardian : Danny Curran: ‘I don’t get paid by the BBC, but make about £150,000’

I’m the founder of Finders International, which tracks down family members of people who die without a will, and feature a lot on BBC One’s Heir Hunters programme.

Birmingham Live : £300k family fortune left to dogs and RSPCA

A Family's celebrations following news they had inherited a fortune have been cut very short following the 11th hour discovery of a will.

Stoke-on-Trent Live: Stoke-on-Trent brothers get this surprise inheritance when long-lost relative dies – now their story is to feature on BBC’s Heir Hunters

Two Stoke-on-Trent brothers are to feature in an episode of BBC Heir Hunters after a surprise inheritance from a family member they lost touch with decades before.

Finders Talk Heir Hunters on BBC Stoke Radio

Finders International’s Senior case manager Amy-Louise Moyes joins the show to talk about the new series of Heir Hunters. Joined by heir Alan Newman in relation to the Henshall case which features on BBC 1 Heir Hunters today at 11am.

Nantwich News : Nantwich woman inherits £100,000 from book illustrator she never met

A Nantwich woman has inherited the £100,000 estate of a children’s book illustrator that had been left unclaimed.

Daisy Staines

The care home environment – Tracing Unknown Next Of Kin

The recent case of 104 year old Daisy Staines, who died in a care home in Essex and had no known next of kin to attend her funeral, highlights the increasing prevalence of people outliving their immediate relations.

If you have one of these surnames, you could be in line to inherit a FORTUNE

You may not know it but, if you have the right surname, you could be about to come into some serious money.

Free next of kin tracing service to tackle issue of people outliving their immediate relations

Providing a free next of kin tracing service for care and nursing homes, Finders International are aiming to tackle the two percent of over 65s who die without any family.