Problems Claiming Your Unclaimed Property? We Can Provide The Documentation Vital to the Success of Your Claim

“The key to recovering unclaimed property isn’t finding it – it’s documenting the owner’s entitlement to the property. This is by far and away the most important part to getting paid.” – Randy Hotz, President of Choice Plus, LLC

It is often simple for many owners of unclaimed property to document to their ownership and successfully claim their unclaimed property without help. However, in many cases, the location of records establishing ownership or the judicial requirements for obtaining court orders establishing entitlement are challenging and costly to obtain. Let us help you with your florida unclaimed property.

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Locating owners and heirs entitled to a deceased unclaimed property owner’s property can present challenges. Understanding how to respond with a request for additional information from the unclaimed property administrator once you have file your claim will be the difference between success and failure.

If you have run into challenges with your claim, Choice Plus, LLC can help you. We have decades of experience and the resources necessary to succeed, specifically in California and Florida. We’re able to successfully recover unclaimed property for our clients 98% of the time.

Consider the following questions and see if we’re describing a situation similar to the difficulties you’re experiencing. If you identify with these problems, give us a call to see how we can be of service to you. Our goal is to help our clients obtain the unclaimed property that they’re due.

1. Have you received a request for information from the State after you filed your claim that you are unsure of how to respond?

Florida and California will send these requests to unclaimed property claimants when they determine that the information provided is not sufficient to approve the claim. Requests may ask for documentation regarding a previous address, certified court or vital records, account statements, a last will and testament, or a trust. Oftentimes, owners cannot find or do not know how to obtain these forms of documentation. These are common challenges.

Numerous unclaimed property owners are stymied when they receive these letters from the State — they just don’t know where or how to find the requested documentation. Unfortunately, the State does not have the resources to provide the assistance you may need.