Join as an FPAR Member

To join please complete the application form below. It requires answers to a number of questions about your business and background. Membership is NOT automatic. Membership is open to established researchers.
FPAR Membership is personal; there is no business or corporate membership. Anyone sending out signed letters with the FPAR logo on them is required to be a member of FPAR even if another person at the same company is a member.

All memberships expire at the end of the current year and are due for renewal on 1st January each year. The current annual subscription is £35.00.

First Name(s):


Please give a business or home address PO BOX numbers are not acceptable.

Address Line 1:

Address Line 2:

Town / City:

County / State:

Post / Code:

Country / Region:

Your current trading status

Company/Business Name

How many years has the business been trading 
Ltd company number (if applicable)
Names of any partners/directors in the business with you

VAT Reg. No. (If any):

ICO Number:

Web site address (if any)
Details of any Professional Qualifications
Details of any Professional Association Membership
Types of insurance held e.g. Professional Indemnity, Public Liability etc. (if any)
Name of Insurer and policy number(s) as applicable.
Have you attended any HHA Master Classes if so when(year) and which
How many intestate estates have you completed including BV ones?
How many intestate estates have you administered, inc those needing LoA?
 Are you employed by, or work regularly as an agent for one or more research firms? if so whom?

Work Telephone:

Home Telephone:

Mobile Number:

Email Address:

Confirm Email Address:

Current Status/Membership:

Any further information you may wish to add to support your application


I have read and accept the terms and conditions.
* You will be asked to validate your email address before your membership is activated.
Your email address will not be used for anything other than the correct functioning of the FPAR web site, the application and verification process.