If, after reading through the information provided in the "Frequently Asked Questions," you still need help, please contact us. A representative from the Unclaimed Property Division will try to address your questions.
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Step 2: Select Relationship to Property Owner
Step 3: Confirm information listed on claim form
Step 4: Print or Save Your Claim Form
Step 5: Claim form confirmation
A notary public serves as an impartial witness to the signing of important documents. A notary public should be trained and hold certification from an association, registry or other appropriate entity.
Banks and other financial institutions generally have notaries on staff. Those that do not can direct you to a notary.
Since documentation may be required to claim your lost assets, it is necessary to print your completed claim form and attach the required documentation to it, then submit it by mail for proper processing.
Before your claim will be processed, you must mail your signed claim form with any required documentation as indicated on the instructions for your claim form to the following address:
Office of the Indiana Attorney General
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 2504
Greenwood, IN 46142
No. This is a free service of the Office of the Indiana Attorney General. You can search the Indiana Unclaimed Property database and the databases of other states where you have lived, free of charge. However, private recovery agencies, finders and other third-party companies, may charge a fee for assisting you with the recovery of your unclaimed property. Do your homework, and understand your potential costs and options, before you choose to utilize the services of any of these companies.
Locator, finder, tracer, heir-finder, collector, investigator, researcher and broker are all names for individuals who seek out owners of unclaimed property in Indiana and other states. Functioning as a finder is legal, but consumers should know that finders generally charge a fee for this service. According to Indiana law, finders may charge up to 10 percent of unclaimed money as payment for locating lost assets. Finders may also mail postcards and letters asking up front for fees. In most cases, after paying these fees, the citizen will receive a list of the state's Unclaimed Property Division's offices or paperwork to be completed and mailed to the Unclaimed Property Division.
Never pay anyone in advance to search for your unclaimed funds. You can conduct the search yourself and/or submit a claim at no cost via this website, or by directly contacting the Unclaimed Property Division, a free service provided to you by your Indiana Attorney General.
If you have been contacted by a finder and have questions, or if you wish to report unscrupulous finder activity, please contact the Unclaimed Property Division toll free at 1-866-IN-CLAIM.
You can enter your claim number on the site's "Check Your Claim Status" page.
Although a person of any age can request a claim form, you must be at least eighteen (18) years of age to legally file a claim. Persons under the age of eighteen (18) must have a parent or legal guardian claim on their behalf.