When a loved one is missing for an extended period of time, not only can it be emotionally traumatic, but there may also be additional difficulties such as dealing with their finances whilst they are away.
Only a small fraction of missing people never return, but if a relative has been missing for some time, or there are circumstances that suggest the missing person is likely to have died, some families look to resolve their relative’s affairs and administer their estate.
Here you will find guidance on how to deal with these legal issues.
Whilst this information has been provided in good faith, it should not be taken as legal advice. For information tailored to your individual circumstances, please contact your police force, solicitor or an advisory organisation as appropriate to your query. Call us on 116 000 and we can help put you in touch with organisations who can help.
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