What Type of Documentation Will You Be Required to Submit to Prove Ownership?
The unclaimed property claim form includes instructions for completion and provides examples of documentation you are required to provide to prove you are the rightful owner of the property you are claiming.
When we receive your completed claim form and documentation, we review it carefully. If there is not sufficient proof of ownership, we will contact you or the reporting company by mail for additional information. Please allow us 3 to 4 months to review and process your claim. Claims that involve minerals, stocks, estates or other complex issues may take longer. You may contact our office to check on the status of your claim.
Please select the appropriate claim type below to determine which claim form and related documentation you will need to provide.
Video: How to Prove Ownership
Original Owner Claim
If you were reported as the owner of this property, you will be filing an Original Owner claim form.
If you are a parent/custodian claiming on behalf of a minor or you are the guardian or trustee of the reported owner, you will be filing a General claim form.
If you are an heir or executor/administrator of the deceased property owner, you will be filing a General claim form.
Video: How to File a General Claim
Video: How to Answer General Claim Questions
If you are an officer or official claiming on behalf of a corporation, partnership, sole proprietorship, professional association, non-profit organization, government entity, or private organization, you will be filing a Business claim form.
Video: How to File a Business Claim
Multiple Corporate Claim (MCC)
If you are an officer or official claiming on behalf of a major corporation that operates under different names or subsidiaries, rather than using our online search, please email or fax a signed list of the names of all reported entities and your contact information. An MCC form and instructions will be mailed to the corporate address.