How probate searching can be messy business

How probate searching can be messy business

You can be certain of one thing in life and that’s death. 

Yet so many people avoid thinking or planning for their demise. They either don’t make a will at all or make a will and promptly file it away in a drawer never to be thought about again.

When the inevitable happens, it’s then left to those left behind to sort out what can often be a messy state of affairs involving a lengthy probate search and trace.

What is a process server?

What is a process server?

A process server is someone who is trained to deliver court and other legal documents to their intended recipient. Using a process server in the UK, rather than posting or emailing documents, ensures the named person will receive the papers and can’t claim otherwise. Learn more here. 

People tracing: how we do it

People tracing: how we do it

We share three case studies about how we've helped clients to trace people, both in the UK and internationally, for very different reasons. 

A Complete Guide to Private Investigators

A Complete Guide to Private Investigators

Private investigators, also known as detectives or PI’s, have a wide range of specialist services to offer your specific needs. Hired to research, analyse, and collect information on a particular case, private eyes can help with anything from insurance claims to cheating partners.  

5 Top Tips on Tracing a Person

5 Top Tips on Tracing a Person

Trying to trace a person is never an easy task to do alone, but with the technology-driven world we now live in you have a variety of tools at your fingertips to trace a person. Whether you want to find a lost person or a locate a debtor, at Vilcol, we have years of experience and a depth of expertise in tracing people, it is what we do after all! There can be many reasons as to why you want to trace a person, whether it is a long-lost family member or someone who owes you or your company money. Below we outline the top tips for tracing a person.