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Daughter Found

Some months ago a woman referred to as the agency. She was looking for her daughter that she had lost contact with some years ago. The daughter had been to University and dropped out. Our client was very annoyed and felt her daughter had wasted her life and every person else’s time and funds. They had a large argument and haven’t spoken given that. This was fifteen years ago and our client had decided that life was too brief to be angry.

We asked our client when the last time she had seen or heard from her daughter was. She told us she saw her daughter the day right after the argument at the loved ones house. She had a rucksack and a few boxes and she stated she was going to move in with her new boyfriend and then they had been going to travel the globe. Her daughter sent her many post cards from the locations that she had travelled to as well as the odd Christmas card. The last card had a postmark from Liverpool that is exactly where she was studying at university.

With this details we did a search of our database and checked out all of the marriages in England and Wales and all of the listings for her daughter and her boyfriend. We had been delighted to find that the daughter and her boyfriend had been married and they had two youngsters. They had been living in Liverpool and both of them had been in good jobs. We took fantastic delight in giving our client a full report with all the info we had discovered including an address and contact telephone number. Our client named her daughter and they had a really tearful and content reunion. Our client was thrilled to be a grandmother and mother again.

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