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Delaware Unclaimed Property

Delaware Unclaimed Property is such asset under the control of the state that has been abandoned by the rightful owners for quite a long time. Some examples of unclaimed property in Delaware include lost or forgotten checks, stock, bonds, dormant bank accounts, dividends, safe deposit box contents, utility refunds, etc. All these items are transferred from their respective holders to the Delaware State Escheator in order to provide one single source of search for the possible owners.

Delaware Division of Revenue

You can visit the official site of the Delaware Division of Revenue to see if your name figures among those individuals who have properties, currently, in possession of the State. The site contains a comprehensive database of several kinds of unclaimed property, funds or money, which can be accessed by entering your last name. If you happen to be rightful owner of a lost treasure in the state of Delaware , you can initiate the claim process.

Delaware Unclaimed Property Reporting

If you believe that you have some abandoned property then you should make your unclaimed property reporting to the concern department. There are two claim processing units in the Delaware State Escheator, one located in Wilmington, DE and the other in Boston, MA. If your name is found in the list of owners of abandoned property, you can contact the State Escheater by email. Along with your email, you must provide the name as listed on the database. In case you are not the owner but a legal heir, you must mention your relationship with the owner. Finally, your current address and contact number should be there in the email.

If you have property held by other states, you can visit a database that contains lists of individual states and makes it possible to conduct a nationwide search for unclaimed property, funds or money. Missingmoney.com is one such site, which is also endorsed by the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators.

For more information on Delaware Unclaimed Property, visit the official site of Delaware Division of Revenue


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