Finders win multiple awards at UK Probate Research Awards 2019

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Finders International has scooped 5 awards at the first ever UK Probate Research Awards 2019.

Finders won the prestigious award for Best UK Probate Research Firm, as well as awards for Best Community Contribution (David Lockwood – Finders), Best Human Interest Story – the case of Barbara Williams, represented by Amy Cox from Finders and Lawrence Taylor, Best Probate Research Paralegal (Katie Watson – Finders), and Best International Probate Researcher (Ryan Gregory – Finders).

The awards ceremony, the first of its kind, was held in London on Thursday 7th February and presented by the BBC’s Nikki Bedi.

The awards recognise probate research companies and individuals that provide an invaluable public service.

Almost £1000 was raised for Age UK and the Dania Scandinavian School in London in a silent auction.

Details on the UK Probate Research Awards 2020 will soon be released.

Find out who else won on the night: https://www.todayswillsandprobate.co.uk/main-news/uk-probate-research-award-2019-winners-announced/

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