A Day in the Life of Certainty Will Search

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16 March 2017


CertaintyBelow are three Will finds taken from one day in February 2017.

Will Find 1 (Next of Kin, not sure if a Will exists)
Searcher: Member of the public searching for mother’s Will.
Will Found: Conducted a Will Search, resulting in a match at firm H****& ****, members of Certainty the National Will Register.

The search used for this case was a Will Search Protect at £199.00 + VAT

Will Find 2 (Does a later Will exist?)
Searcher: Founder Law firm and member of Certainty the National Will Register C************ H******, checking to see if a later Will existed by using a Certainty Will Search prior to probate.
Will Found: Confirmed match, later Will held at firm L***** M****.

The search used for this case was a Will Search Combined at £90.00 + VAT

Will Find 3 (Did a Will exist?)
Searcher: Law Firm D******* Solicitors searching for a Will using a Certainty Will Search before proceeding to distribute the estate as intestate on behalf of their client.
Will Found: Confirmed match, Will held at law firm W******* S****.

The search used for this case was a Will Search Protect at £199.00 + VAT

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