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Nebraska Unclaimed Money

What is Unclaimed Money in Nebraska?

Unclaimed money in Nebraska refers to any money that is owed to a person or entity but which has not been claimed by the rightful owner. This can include things like unclaimed wages, refunds, security deposits, and other types of payments.

The Nebraska Legislature has established a process for handling unclaimed money, which is outlined in the Nebraska Statutes. According to Nebraska unclaimed money laws, unclaimed money must be reported to the Nebraska Treasurer’s Office within three to five years of the date on which it was originally due. This process is known as escheatment and requires that a notice be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the county where the unclaimed money originated.

After the escheatment process has been completed, the Treasurer’s Office will hold onto the unclaimed money until the rightful owner comes forward to claim it. The rightful owner of the unclaimed money can claim it by filing a claim form with the state Treasurer’s Office. The office will then verify the claim and issue a check for the amount of the unclaimed money.

How to Find Unclaimed Money in Nebraska

Interested persons may find unclaimed money in Nebraska through the state's official website. The Nebraska State Treasurer is responsible for the custody and management of all unclaimed property within the state. Through the website, claimants may search for their name or business to see if any unclaimed money is owed to them. If a match is found, claimants will need to provide proof of their identity and submit a claim form in order to receive their money.

Individuals who are owed unclaimed money in Nebraska may also receive a notice in the mail from the state treasurer's office. This notice will provide information on how to claim the money, and will also include a claim form. claimants will need to provide proof of their identity and submit the completed claim form in order to receive their money.

Unclaimed money in Nebraska may be found in a number of places, including:

  • Abandoned bank accounts
  • Uncashed checks
  • Undelivered tax refunds
  • Abandoned safe deposit boxes
  • Unclaimed life insurance benefits
  • Undelivered utility refunds or deposits

How Do I Find Nebraska Unclaimed Money for Free?

The Nebraska State Treasurer’s Unclaimed Property website can be accessed for free. All unclaimed money related queries made to the office of the state treasurer are processed at no charge. In addition, Nebraska, state residents can also access unclaimed money such as:

How to Claim Unclaimed Money in Nebraska

After locating the unclaimed funds or property of interest using the Nebraska Lost Cash, the claimant may proceed to initiate a claim on the database in the following steps:

Review The Claimed Property:

Claimants must review the property selected before proceeding to file the claim.

Select The Claimant-Owner Relationship:

The claimant must indicate their relationship with the owner of the property being claimed. To do so, they may use the descriptions provided to make the selection. If the owner is the claimant, they may select ‘Myself’, otherwise, they can select the appropriate option, whether they are a legal heir or representative.

Enter The Personal Information and Confirm Their Address:

Requestors may then proceed to provide their personal information along with their current mailing address. They will be required to verify the address in the subsequent prompt.

Submit The Claim:

After the information has been provided, they may review and submit the claim. After submission, claimants will be provided a claim number which can be used to track the claim status.

Provide Documentation Requirements:

For the claim to be processed, the requestor will be required to provide documentation to prove their identity and ownership of claimed funds or properties. This usually includes photo identification and social security number, however some claims may have additional documentation requirements.

The documents may be submitted via mail to:

Unclaimed Property Division
809 P Street
Lincoln, NE 68508

How Long Does It Take to Get Unclaimed Money in Nebraska?

The amount of time it takes to process an unclaimed money claim in Nebraska is impacted by a variety of factors. Some of these include the type of claim, the amount of money involved, and the complexity of the case. In general, most unclaimed money claims in Nebraska are processed within a few months. However, some claims can take longer to resolve.

Who Can Claim Unclaimed Money for Deceased Relatives in Nebraska?

The state of Nebraska has a process for handling unclaimed money from deceased individuals, and there are certain requirements that must be met in order to make a claim.

In order to claim unclaimed money for a deceased relative in Nebraska, the claimant must first be able to prove their relationship to the deceased individual. They will need to provide documentation such as a birth certificate, marriage certificate, or death certificate. They will also need to provide proof of their identities, such as a driver's license or passport.

After gathering the necessary documentation, the claimant will need to submit it to the Nebraska Unclaimed Property Division. They will review the claim and determine if the claimant is eligible to receive the unclaimed money. If they are found to be eligible, they will issue a check to the claimant for the amount of money that is owed.

What Happens to Nebraska Unclaimed Money if No One Claims It?

According to Nebraska state law, unclaimed money must be deposited into the state's Unclaimed Property Fund. The fund is managed by the State Treasurer's Office. If no one claims the money, it remains in the custody of the state until a claimant comes forward. There is no time limit on claiming unclaimed money or property.