Beneficiary Finders conduct genealogical research for legal purposes.
We follow the evidence to where ever it leads. This means we conduct our research in an unbiased and disinterested way. Our research findings are based on evidence, and not to a preferred or desired outcome.
Our clients include accountants, lawyers, solicitors and other professional advisors practising in the areas of deceased estates, family law, trusts, probate administration and wills.
Beneficiary Finders clients’ have many reasons why they need genealogical research. These include identifying or proving a person’s kinship relationship, locating a member of a class or, to find a beneficiary for Australian or cross-border estates and trusts. If you have a legal purpose requiring specialised research, please consider using our services.
How We Work
After you make an enquiry about engaging us, we need to fully understand your research objective including any deadlines. Our Costs Estimate provides an agreed basis to proceed with our services. The length of the research phase depends on the services you need. There may be factors we cannot know prior to actually starting the research. For each matter, we supply a report. We will discuss with you the type of report required and provide all original documents we obtain to you.