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How Finders International’s Missing Document Service can help you

When important documents such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, wills, and other legal papers are missing, it can cause a lot of stress and inconvenience. Not only can it delay important legal proceedings, but it can also create emotional distress for families who are trying to piece together their family history. Finders International’s Missing Document Service is designed to help legal and public professionals locate missing documents quickly and efficiently.

The process of finding missing documents can be complex and time-consuming, especially when dealing with older or hard-to-find documents. Finders International has a team of professional researchers who are experts in genealogy and document retrieval. They use a variety of methods to track down missing documents, including searching through public records, contacting government agencies, online and inhouse databases, and working with agents across the globe.

Once the missing document has been located, Finders International will provide a certified copy to their clients. This ensures that the client has a legal document that can be used in legal proceedings or for other important purposes. Additionally, Finders International’s Missing Document Service can also provide a translation service for documents that are in a foreign language.

Finders International can also assist with the retrieval of Scottish, Irish, and other overseas documents. If you require assistance with documents from these locations, it is best to contact Finders International directly to discuss your specific requirements and to receive confirmation of costs. Their team of experts will be happy to help you with your request.

Further information on this service can be found via our website here:, but you can also contact us on 0800 085 8796 or via email at

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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