Ever heard of the old Irish saying, “Only a fool would die solvent”? Nowadays, that sentiment resonates with many.
The cost of dying continues to rise, placing more pressure on councils that have to pay for ‘paupers’ funerals’. At the end of 2015, it was revealed that local authorities
While wealthier benefactors are more likely to have a will in place, this does not mean they have discussed their plans with their heirs.
Padraic Grennan on the launch of our new service relating to derelict properties in Ireland with John Masterson of KCLR96fm.
Padraic Grennan on the launch of our new service relating to derelict properties in Ireland with Alison Curtis of Today FM. More information can be found at: DerelictProperty
Finders International has launched a significant social initiative aimed at benefiting hard-pressed local authorities and hospitals.
Stone-throwing, ferret stealing and harsh punishments for tiny sum thefts, there’s no doubt crime was different in 19th Century Ireland as this fascinating article in Ireland’s Independent News & Media
A new association has recently been launched for the industry of probate genealogy research providing a single authoritative source of opinion and advice.
If you are looking into your Irish family tree, you will come across certain genealogical terms. Most of them are straightforward, but some require further explanation. Ahnentafal – German for ancestral