Fraser & Fraser in the media
Having been involved with several television programmes and featured in national and local newspapers, Fraser & Fraser is recognised as an expert firm within the field of genealogy by the public, media and solicitors alike.
It has emerged that more than £1million has been passed to Prince Charles’ Duchy of Cornwall estate from people that have died intestate in the last six years alone. At Fraser & Fraser we work hard to ensure that any unclaimed estates, instead of going to the Duchy or The government, go to the people that are, according to probate law, rightfully entitled to receive them.
TV film didn't get the picture, by Jenifer Lipman. A TV production company has apologised "unequivocally" to the Jewish Museum and television viewers over footage used in last Friday's Heir Hunters
programme on BBC1.
Eileen Nearne, 89, died alone in her cramped flat in Lisburne Terrace in the Lincombes area of Torquay on September 2. But a surviving niece has now been traced thanks to TV experts.
Radio interviews on this story include Radio 5 Drive Time and BBC Radio Devon.
Contingency Fees: The debate : Legal. Charles Fraser puts forward arguments to support contingency fee arrangements.
How to track down a lost treasure, by Lauren Thompson. We explain how to trace the thousands of pounds lying forgotten in cash, investments and inheritances.
Good will hunting. Each year, vast sums of money go unclaimed because people have failed to name beneficiaries before they die. It is the job of genealogical detectives to trace the missing beneficiaries
- a task that has brought investigators, with a US $1million bounty to offload, half way across the world to Hong Kong.