Maurice Clarke the founder of the Heir Hunters Association is pleased to provide articles, comments and reports on the HHA's work across the world.
The Heir Hunters Association was set up in August 2009 to provide a service to aspiring Heir Hunters and those interested in tracing the beneficiaries of people who have died intestate.
If not claimed after 30 years monies pass to the state if the intestate's estates are not claimed by blood relatives direct or via the services of a Heir Hunter who charge a "finders fee" due only on successful inheritance.
Heir Hunters are probate detectives working across the world and range from one person working from home to large mukti-staff firms. Many cases can be solved in days, others may take months or years of dedicated research, each case providing a unique perspective into both the deceased's life, their ancestors and descendants.
In recent times the HHA has started to develop research of unclaimed financial assets through its new project http://www.missingmillions.org.uk
Press and other media coverage is recorded here
Maurice has written various articles on the general subject of Heir Hunting and is both the source and inspiration behind the HHA's aims.
He also speaks regularly to Local History Societies about Heir Hunting for more information of these talks see our page LFHS Talks
The HHA regular advertises in Family History magazines which reach a wide and diverse audience of people with an interest in family history. Most members of the HHA join as a result of an interest in tracing their own family and get "hooked" and fascinated with the challenge and opportunities.
Phone or Text Maurice on Mobile - 07758 205858 - answer services may take your call, please leave contact name and call back details. Ideally to perhaps email first.
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