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Probate research is a secure nationwide online background check and people search facility. From an online background check to an arrest record to DUI records. Previously involved with uncovering heirs and confirming their inheritance rights this site now takes in a more broader search in which to cast your net. All searches are discreet, and rest assured your information and details are encrypted under our SSL (https) server. The facilities to extend searches embracing all records fulfill an ever widening resource in today’s technological age.

Probate research can assist in tracing next-of-kin, assets and missing heirs. Those involved in probate research are also sometimes referred to as forensic genealogists. In the USA intestacy laws differ from state to state. Therefore those professionals must have an in depth knowledge of probate and intestacy laws. Our people search facility utilizes techniques which are used to trawl public databases and records to identify any extended or missing family members as well as an online background check and confirmation of any criminal or arrest records.

Probate research often starts with no more than a date of birth and a name, in some instances searching for relatives as removed as second cousins. In a high percentage of cases beneficiaries identified may well have little if no knowledge of the individual they are inheriting from. There are numerous online background check processes that are employed such as a criminal records check, background check and death records facility.

What Will My Criminal Records Check Uncover?

With over 1 billion records our instant nationwide serach system allows for unlimited look ups and accesses data from multiple databases to compile the most comprehensive background check reports available.

Birth Records:

Find out where the person was Born.

Marriage/Divorce Records:

Find out if the person was married and whether divorced with details about both events.

Personal Details:

Education information, Income, Age, Relatives, Occupation and Marital Status.

Criminal Records:

Find out if your test subject has a Criminal Record, was ever Arrested, Incarcerated, has an active Warrant, has DUI/DWI, was charged for a Misdemeanor, is a Sex Offender.

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Bankruptcy Records:

Find out if the person filed for Bankruptcy.

Legal Judgments:

Find out if the person has legal judgments or was ever Sued.

Contact Information:

Person’s Address and Address History, Phone Number(s), Email Address, Social Profiles.

Asset Records:

Find out if the person owns an Automobile, Property, Land, Aircraft, Vessel or if the person owns a Business.

Protect yourself and your loved ones and satisfy your curiosity

Whether any enquiry requires property details or a criminal background check, thanks to the 1970 Freedom of Information Act, most information is within the public domain. However this said,it is more often than not exceptionally difficult to gain access to and this is where an online background check steps in and removes countless hours of exhaustive research, travel, expense and energy from your shoulders. Searching for an heir to an estate is not quite as daunting as it once was. If you are searching for an heir the full name should be all that’s required, if you have a social security number and an idea of their last known whereabouts even better.

There are different views on whether to engage with professionals but as confirmed in our asset search page these professionals may well charge upwards to $400. Our online background check search facility can be used for a fraction of that cost and you retain complete control. While it may appear to put a negative slant on things the first stop may well be to check death records. If the heir has, in fact, passed away then establishing this at the outset will save considerable time, cost and effort.

The SSDI (Social Security Death Index) is created from the Death Master File Extract. The majority of people who have passed away since 1936 with a SSN (Social Security Number) and their death reported to the SSA should be listed. From 1973 onwards between 93% to 96% of those 65 or older are listed. The electronic database is referred to as the NUMIDENT and should contain Social Security Numbers (SSN), name (incl first and middle name) along with dates of birth and death.

You have access to millions of VITAL RECORDS from proprietary and government records that are accurate, up to date and the people search records you need. You have available unlimited information from multiple databases. Committed to unrivalled attention to the records retrieval process along with optimum information resources. An online background check and associated is now available in seconds via a state of the art records retrieval service.