The Forensic Genealogists
Worldwide Probate Research and Genealogy Services
With a combined twenty years of genealogical research experience, The Forensic Genealogists are employed or retained by solicitors, law offices, estates, courts, corporations, governmental bodies and financial institutions to undertake genealogical work on legal issues as an independent third-party researcher, analyst and reporter. We search for beneficiaries identified in the Wills of the deceased, identifying the line of succession and, from there, tracing heirs to unclaimed estates, finding missing heirs, missing trust beneficiaries or unknown heirs for inheritance distribution. We possess a wealth of experience in locating beneficiaries for even the most complex of cases all over the world and pride ourselves on our knowledge, professionalism, transparency and accuracy.
The Forensic Genealogists has been established to assist the legal profession in Ireland, the UK and globally and are able to trace beneficiaries across the globe.
Following her career in the UK and Ireland, Wendy has combined her proven business and genealogical research skills to establish The Forensic Genealogists as a leading provider of genealogical research services. She is a Member the Association of Professional Genealogists to whose best practice and Code of Ethics the business adheres.
Charlotte is our Research Executive and Office Manager. She has completed her Batchelor’s degree in Psychology and Spanish. Her inherent attention to detail and her analytical mind, lend themselves to forensic research. Together with her organisational and interpersonal skills, she is a great asset to the business.
"Wendy Farr is an amazing person - Hard-working, tenacious and with that persistent determination that ensures a result. When I needed a Geneologist for a personal matter, it was a lucky day for me that it was Wendy that I contacted! She showed me great compassion and respect throughout and I received regular updates as to how things were going. Due to her untiring work ethic, I was never in doubt that a successful conclusion would be achieved."
Bernie C. - Cork, Ireland