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Do you have unclaimed inheritance or living wills?

Inheritance investigations can provide information to you regarding unclaimed inheritance assets that you believe are waiting for you to claim, or can provide documentation and evidence if you believe someone has maliciously interfered with your legal inheritance. We can help by gathering necessary evidence and proof of actual ownership.

 

Are you a victim of inheritance theft?

The most common form of “inheritance theft” involves the unlawful or improper changing of someone’s Last Will & Testament before they die.

Another frequent issue is the person who is designated as the Executor in the case of Living Trusts, etc., may spend the funds or assets in ways that were not intended by the person they are representing.  Often it is another “trusted” family member who takes advantage of everyone else.

As is often the case with anything involving assets and money, there are people out there who will try to take what does not belong to them. If you believe that someone has illegally or wrongfully interfered with your inheritance, a private investigator can provide the evidence you need. You can take this evidence to a court of law and get a judgment in your favor so you can claim what belongs to you.

Do you have unclaimed inheritance or living wills?

Inheritance investigations can provide information to you regarding unclaimed inheritance assets that you believe are waiting for you to claim, or can provide documentation and evidence if you believe someone has maliciously interfered with your legal inheritance. We can help by gathering necessary evidence and proof of actual ownership.

 

Are you a victim of inheritance theft?

ESP – The most common form of “inheritance theft” involves the unlawful or improper changing of someone’s Last Will & Testament before they die.

Another frequent issue is the person who is designated as the Executor in the case of Living Trusts, etc., may spend the funds or assets in ways that were not intended by the person they are representing. Often it is another “trusted” family member who takes advantage of everyone else.

As is often the case with anything involving assets and money, there are people out there who will try to take what does not belong to them. If you believe that someone has illegally or wrongfully interfered with your inheritance, a private investigator can provide the evidence you need. You can take this evidence to a court of law and get a judgment in your favor so you can claim what belongs to you.