alalabama unclaimed propertyEvery year, unclaimed or deserted resources are gone over to Alabama Unclaimed Property by monetary foundations and organizations that lose contact with the proprietors. These resources might be as money, stocks, securities, protection benefits or even assets from safe store boxes. Alabama Treasury fills in as overseer of these resources and bends over backward to restore them to the legitimate proprietor or their beneficiaries.

Search for Unclaimed Property

To search for Alabama Unclaimed Property funds, enter a name in the name/business field; a specific order is not required (last name, first name, business name, etc.) To narrow your search results, enter a city or zip code.

Select the property(ies) you wish to claim. Initiate a new search for property reported under a different name but may be owed to you.

Once you have selected all properties you wish to claim, select “View Claimed Properties,” complete the claimant (your) information, and select your relationship to each property being claimed. You may be asked to provide supporting documentation in order to validate your right to claim to each property based on the relationship chosen. Search Now!

OVER $146 MILLION HAS BEEN PAID
IN THE PAST FIVE YEARS!

Alabama unclaimed property

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