Estate Due Diligence

Even in cases where there is a last will and testament, should the beneficiaries not be related to the decedent and/or there is an issue with the will, a court can request that genealogical due diligence be completed to their satisfaction.

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In these cases, we identify and establish the closest living blood relatives who can be officially notified of the death of the relative and that they left a will.


We have successfully completed numerous estate due diligence cases for various established law firms on behalf of estate representatives.