Finders International, the award-winning probate genealogy firm, is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in Cardiff.
The new office will provide a dedicated space for Finders International to support legal professionals in Wales who require assistance during the estate administration process. Finders International’s probate genealogy services include tracing missing heirs, verifying family trees and locating missing assets and documents. See the full list of their services here.
The opening of the new Cardiff office is a significant milestone for Finders International. It reflects the company’s commitment to providing clients with the best possible service, and it strengthens Finders International’s position as a leading probate genealogy firm.
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Danny Curran, Managing Director of Finders International, founded the company back in 1997. The company’s roots date back to 1964, when Danny’s father founded a probate research firm in London that grew to become a highly respect firm.
Danny comments, ‘When I started the company, we had only a handful of staff. We now have over 150 staff working from our offices in London, Yorkshire, Edinburgh, Dublin and Sydney. It’s great to now add Cardiff to list which makes a great hub to serve clients based in Wales.
Danny continues, ‘We are excited to be opening our new office. Cardiff is a city with a rich history and culture, and we believe that it is the perfect place to grow our business.
We are already working with a number of Solicitors in Wales, and we believe that our new office will allow us to strengthen these relationships and to expand our reach into new markets.’
If you are a legal professional in Wales, contact us today for more information on our services or receive a no-obligation quote. Visit our website www.findersinternational.co.uk, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +44 (0)29 2294 7745.
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