Internationally acclaimed probate genealogy firm, Finders, are celebrating 10 successful years as one of the best known authorities in their field.

Founded on the visionary principles of genealogy expert Daniel Curran, Finders has quickly become established as whose innovation has led to the complete reinvention of a stagnant industry.

Finders, based in London England is a professional international probate genealogy firm dedicated to serving Lawyers, Trustees, Executors or Administrators & Personal Representatives faced with the task of identifying and tracing heirs and locating missing or unknown beneficiaries.

At the core of their development is a fundamental belief in the importance of client satisfaction through an efficient, streamlined approach to finding missing heirs and beneficiaries. They have also created a ‘Professional Conduct Code’ (PCC) which clarifies the standards set for the conduct of their business.

Finders are dedicated specialists and their success is attributed to their ongoing dedication to the genealogy industry, providing a new approach to tracing individuals and continuing with their commitment to a no-nonsense service whilst at the same time ensuring that the highest standards are maintained.

Lawyers searching for reliable probate genealogy services have learned to put their faith in Finders’ decade of unrivalled quality and boundless resourcefulness that looks set to define the highest standards of probate genealogy for years to come. We are offering genealogy services to various area like Genealogists London, Genealogists Lancashire, Genealogists Manchester, Genealogists Kent, Genealogists Salford, Genealogists Sussex.

Visit to find out more about the full range of probate genealogy services offered by Finders including tracing unknown heirs and beneficiaries, missing will services and missing document searches.

Daniel Curran
Written by Daniel Curran
Daniel is a leading figure in the UK Heir Hunting industry. He is from Isleworth in West London and has lived in London for most of his life. He has been in the probate genealogy profession since 1990. He formed Finders in 1997 after 7 years at another firm.