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Do the family tree beneficiaries always reflect the beneficiaries that appear in an unknown Will?

Genealogists, Heir Hunters and Probate Researchers say that they use Certainty Will Search to avoid wasted time upfront and the cost of tracing the next in line to inherit according to the family lineage only for an unknown Will to be discovered that excludes certain family members and names non-family beneficiaries. Genealogists, Heir Hunters and Probate Researchers use and recommend Certainty Will Search to their clients to help avoid this situation arising.
In fact at least 1 in every 10 Certainty Will Searches discovers an unknown Will in a quick and efficient way. 

It is not only the loose creaky floorboard in the deceased's home that can conceal an unknown Will. Heir Hunters, Genealogists & Probate researchers rely upon Certainty Will Search to find Wills and later Wills if they exist! A Certainty Will Search Combined checks the Certainty National Will Register’s circa 7 million Wills and also completes a geographically targeted search for Wills that have not been registered, held by solicitors and Will writers.


  • "The National Will Register found my Grandfather's Will which was written 34 years ago" D Thomas

  • "It was vitally important I found my mother's Will, the National Will Register found it" S Bradley

  • "The National Will Register gave us the peace of mind that we had done everything possible to find the last Will" K Adams

  • "Not only did the National Will Register find the current Will but also an older one" A Wills and Probate Solicitor

  • "Thank you National Will Register, Will search performed, Will found in 48 hourss" B Taylor