Richard is also a registered member of the Professional Paralegal Register.
Lauren was the first winner of the ‘Best Probate Research Paralegal’ at the inaugural PPR National Paralegal Awards.
She draws on years of experience in the tracing and asset reunification industry to deliver a customer focused service to the highest possible standard. Specialising in historical genealogy research, Lauren is valued highly for her accuracy, tenacity, determination and her dedication to clients under her own and her team’s care. Lauren is always willing and happy to pursue our most challenging cases, both in the UK and Internationally. She has ensured clients all over the world have benefited from our service; acting as one of the lead relationship managers for our internal researcher colleagues and network overall.
Caroline is also a regulated member of the Professional Paralegal Register.
Gemma Tame LLB
Gemma is also a registered member of the Professional Paralegal Register.
Marta is also a regulated member of the Professional Paralegal Register.
Rebecca approaches all of her clients with huge amounts of kindness and empathy, building strong working relationship with them. As a very family-oriented person, she loves being able to share what she has learned about the family trees with her clients and is always keen to help unite (or reunite) the relatives.
Rebecca’s methodical approach to her work and keen eye for detail means she is incredibly thorough with Estate Finances and she is a strong advocate for her clients when dealing with third parties, ensuring beneficiaries receive their full entitlements.
Rebecca is dedicated to ensuring the Estate administration process is as simple and straightforward as possible to minimise the stress on the family during a difficult time.
Rebecca is also a registered member of the Professional Paralegal Register.
Jennifer graduated university with a degree in Business and International development. Jennifer has vast experience in customer service having spent several years working as a Customer Service Manager, as well as experience working within the financial services industry.
Jennifer has an interest in the various mechanisms of inheritance law and the intricacies involved. And how they apply to the unclaimed Estates we are referred.
Jennifer is highly empathetic and volunteers with multiple local charities, which include her local hospice. She also participates in playscheme programmes for children and teenagers with complex disabilities.
Since she grew up working in her family’s pub, customer service and communication with clients is second nature. She enjoys building strong relationships, always with a friendly and empathetic approach.
Having volunteered with The Innocence Project as a case worker, Charlottes strong work ethic and dedicated mind set enables her to approach her cases with the utmost passion and always tries to think outside the box.
Alasdair graduated with a first-class degree in History and Ancient History from the University of Nottingham in 2018, and he has since gained invaluable experience in client service and the legal sector through his work as a paralegal. This work ranged across property and business law with a focus in civil and commercial litigation.
As a student, Alasdair carried out a great deal of intensive genealogical research into his own family spanning across the UK and Ireland, finding solutions to elusive genealogical intricacies at an early age. He now builds upon these skills and his longstanding interest in history and genealogy through his work with us, and he further draws on both his experience in delivering professional services and his interest in inheritance law to provide a diligent and personable service.
We are an advocate of equality and diversity in our work and in society as a whole. We have always sought to enable and nurture the talent of new and existing staff members with an interest in the work we do and to assist them in creating successful careers.
Our members of staff come from diverse backgrounds, and include those with overseas work and professional experience. Everyone is treated equally and fairly regardless of their age, disability, gender reassignment, identity or expression, marital or civil partnership status, political persuasion, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality or ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex or gender, sexual orientation or social background.