Exhibiting at the Dementia Care & Nursing Home Expo

Fraser and Fraser

Assisting Care Homes in tracing the next of kin.

The carers and nurses role at the end of life extends beyond death to provide care for the deceased person and support to their family. Following the death of a resident or patient you are still obliged to contact next-of-kin, and this requires sensitive and skilled communication.

When having to research next-of-kin for an unclaimed estate, family members can seem untraceable. It is in supporting these types of cases that working with a professional firm of genealogists and international probate researchers can assist you in saving time and unnecessary costs. By utilising expert knowledge and strong international relationships, we assist the Care Homes, Public and Legal Sectors to trace next-of-kin.

Tracing family lines can be a complex process, involving time consuming research and having to utilise knowledge of many jurisdictions. By engaging an experienced, well-resourced genealogist and international probate research firm, you will have the best chance of successfully finding those elusive family members quickly.

Fraser and Fraser is one of the UK`s largest firm of professional genealogists and international probate researchers, and a Corporate Member of industry regulatory body the Association of Probate Researchers. We truly understand the sensitivity that needs to be applied to issues such as tracing next-of-kin.

From the outset, we provide clarity regarding the process, our Free research check and any of the applicable additional costs, while at the same time providing you the added security that all of your information is handled with strict confidentiality underpinned by ISO9001 & ISO27001 certification.

Our results are built upon comprehensive experience and Best Practice, having worked within the Public Sector since 1971.

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