Bank Accounts

Assets are considered abandoned when the owner or heirs haven't communicated an interest in them over a period of time. Bank accounts are usually considered dormant in a year, if you fail to make a deposit or a withdrawal or if statement or correspondence is returned by the post office as undeliverable.

Dormancy usually occurs upon the death of a family member, a change of name after marriage or divorce, the expiration of a mail forwarding order, or a clerical or computer error.

If your bank, savings and loan or credit union no longer exists, your unclaimed funds are not lost. Your account may have been transferred to a successor bank or a government custodian after a merger or acquisition.

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