Research skills matter

Posted in Case Histories, For Relatives, For Solicitors

decoration

In this article, case manager Hannah Cooper discusses the importance of research skills and looks at one case that demonstrates that if you work methodically, search widely and refuse to give up, you will eventually arrive at the truth.

Read more

Anglia Research joins the Association of Probate Researchers

Posted in For Relatives, For Solicitors

decoration

Anglia Research has joined the Association of Probate Researchers (APR) – an organisation that we believe represents the first serious attempt to bring independent regulation into an unregulated industry.

Read more

Four mums in a boat: the story of Yorkshire Rows

Posted in For Relatives, For Solicitors

decoration

Last year Anglia Research sponsored Yorkshire Rows – four intrepid Yorkshire women who braved hurricanes, sharks, sea sickness and salt rash to row across the Atlantic, becoming the oldest all-female crew to do so. Now, Janette Benaddi, Helen Butters, Niki Doeg and Frances Davies recount their adventures in Four Mums in a Boat, published by HQ, and as one their sponsors we are delighted to report that Anglia Research will be attending the book launch.

Read more

How to keep away from copycats and avoid being phished

Posted in For Relatives, For Solicitors

decoration

Read our quick guide and avoid being duped by copycat websites and phishing emails.

Read more

Buying and selling leads in cases of intestacy

Posted in Fairness Campaigns, For Solicitors

decoration

In a series of articles following on from our report on copy-cat government websites, we plan to highlight various unethical online tactics that some heir hunters use to dupe the public. Here, Peter Turvey discusses a disturbing trend that has emerged in the probate genealogy and heir location sector: buying and selling leads in cases of intestacy.

Read more