By Legal Futures’ Associate Title Research
During the estate administration process, it’s becoming more common to come across missing or unknown beneficiaries. This is due to family dynamics becoming more complex as people lose touch and divisions occur. You could come across a beneficiary who is unfamiliar to the deceased’s loved ones or an heir whose whereabouts may not be known.
Tracing the missing or unknown beneficiaries can slow down the administration of an estate as it’s likely to take a substantial amount of time and effort. It can be difficult to work out where to look and focus your efforts. That’s why Title Research’s latest blog post shares how to overcome the challenge of locating missing or unknown heirs. It explores:
- How to successfully trace missing or unknown beneficiaries
- Case study: The man in a cave
- What to do if a missing beneficiary can’t be located
Title Research has more than 50 years in tracing missing beneficiaries. If you need help locating missing or unknown people, call Title Research’s Client Services Team on 0345 87 27 600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.