Our Services for Locating Missing Beneficiaries
Blanchards offer a range of services to the legal sector. Locating missing Beneficiaries is our most requested service. Whether in cases of Testacy or Intestacy, we can help.
We provide a professional and efficient service to ensure that our clients are fully satisfied with the work that we do. In addition, Blanchards offer a wide range of expertise and strive to ensure that we consistently review and renew the research techniques that we use. We are not only adept at locating beneficiaries, but we have a wealth of knowledge on the Law of Intestacy.
Please read our blog post, Solicitors You Need Us! to learn more about our beneficiary tracing and our experience working with the legal sector, tracing beneficiaries on a global scale.
Due to the nature of the industry, we are aware that no two cases are the same, so we offer our clients 4 flexible fee options.
Bespoke Hourly Rate
Based on amount of information known
We will agree an initial budget prior to starting work
Payment required irrespective of results
We agree a fee with you negotiated on a case by case basis
Fee is affected by the amount of information provided
No payment required if the research is not complete at the end of the time frame
Larger fee due to the possibility of heirs not being traceable
Most suited to cases of Intestacy
We will agree a fee with the beneficiaries we trace, a share of their individual entitlement
No win no fee
The fee is paid through an agreement with any beneficiaries we trace, a share of their entitlement upon administration of the estate
No win no fee
Known heirs do not incur any cost for research fees
What is it? – This is our ability to locate missing beneficiaries who may be entitled to an estate. We locate beneficiaries to cases of testacy (with a will) and intestacy (without a will). Beneficiaries can be difficult to locate, they may have changed their name, changed address or even moved abroad.
Why do we do it? – Because a solicitor HAS to legally be seen giving the beneficiaries of an estate their legal entitlement and in many cases the rightful heirs can not be found.
How long does it take? – This is case depending. It depends where the beneficiary has relocated and how difficult they are to locate.
No Win, No Fee
Our no win, no fee options have an obvious advantage for our clients. Unless the work we have been commissioned to do is complete, we are not paid. These options also mean that the client instructing us is not responsible for payment of our fee, it is deducted from the Estate during Administration.
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