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Finders International: Missing asset search

Finders International is a professional genealogy firm that offers a range of services, including asset searches. An asset search is an investigation that seeks to locate assets that may have been lost or forgotten over time. Finders International’s asset search service is designed to help clients locate these assets and recover them.

There are several reasons why someone might want to conduct an asset search. For example, if a family member has passed away, the surviving family members may not know about all of the assets that the deceased had. Conducting an asset search can help to uncover these assets, which may include bank accounts, pensions, shares, or property. Probate practitioners should be aware of the potential consequences of failing to identify all financial assets during an Estate administration.

The asset search conducted by Finders International is comprehensive and covers a wide range of assets. The search will look for any assets that may be available to the client, including bank accounts, pensions, shares, insurance and any other assets that may have been overlooked or forgotten.

The search for missing or unclaimed assets will take up to 50 days to complete. However updates are available during the search at your request. You will be notified if any further findings or positive responses are received after this period.

We now also offer the same asset search to assist deputies locate assets for their living clients under Lasting Power of Attorney or Court of Protection orders.

For further information on this service, please contact Andrew Ritson via phone by 020 7490 4935, by email at, or by filling out our Missing Asset Search form online here.

This article was submitted to be published by Finders International as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Wills and Probate. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Wills and Probate.

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