Anglia Research Services

http://www.angliaresearch.co.uk

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Now in our sixth decade, we are a full-service probate genealogy firm, supporting probate practitioners with the estate administration process.

We believe that it is our staff that sets up apart; we employ more accredited genealogists, legally qualified and independently regulated staff than any other UK probate research firm.

The calibre of our team means that we find relatives fast and, crucially, we do not cut corners. Our dedicated team of genealogists liaise with a global network of agents to connect with missing beneficiaries, lost or unknown heirs, and the rightful owners of unclaimed assets.

Established in 1979, Anglia Research has traced thousands of missing heirs in the UK and around the world. Founder Peter Turvey is an active member of the Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives (AGRA), which is the only provider of genealogical accreditation in England and Wales and where knowledge and professionalism are required and tested.

Our industry-leading services have been featured on popular TV programmes, including the BBC’s "Who Do You Think You Are?" and "A House Through Time".

The firm is headquartered in Ipswich, Suffolk with further offices in the UK and throughout the world.

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Anglia Research partners with Estatesearch

Expert probate genealogy firm Anglia Research has entered into an exciting strategic partnership with Estatesearch, the UK’s leading provider of financial asset and liability searches. The partnership enables Anglia Research to introduce its legal firm partners to a dedicated online portal giving them access to key financial asset and liability searches as well as other […]Read More

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Missing Beneficiary Indemnity Insurance – Protection for Personal Representatives

What is MBI? Missing Beneficiary Indemnity Insurance (MBI) offers Personal Representatives (PR’s) protection from unexpected claims against them for a share of an estate following distribution. Claims could be made by untraced known beneficiaries, or unexpected beneficiaries who were previously not known to the family; therefore, an MBI policy is the only true way of […]Read More

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