Frequently asked questions
Where are my unclaimed funds coming from?
How long does it take for me to receive my assets after I submit a claim application?
Entitlement to a large amount of unclaimed funds
Having outstanding liens owed against the property
Additional parties attempting to claim a portion of the assets
How can I check on the status of my claim application?
I forgot/lost my Case ID number. How do I retrieve it?
Am I entitled to the full amount of my assets?
How much do I have to pay Estate Kingz for their services?
How will I receive my assets once my claim is settled?
Why hasn’t the state informed me about my unclaimed assets?
Can I still claim my assets if I move out of state?
Yes, no matter your current location you are still entitled to your assets. With us you can submit all of the required documents to complete your claim application electronically.
What happens if I don't claim my assets?
After a specific amount of time, by law, if the money has not been claimed by the individual(s) to whom it belongs, then the funds become officially abandoned, and the agency holding these funds must turn it over to the state - this is called the escheatment process. States are looking at ways to lessen their deficit and offset their budget. Therefore, states will take funds and utilize them for their own benefit. It is best that you submit the required documentation for your claim application to us as soon as possible to avoid having your assets being escheated by the state.
What happens if my claim application is denied?
Though not often, a claim application can be denied for the following reasons: