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McKinnon Investigative Group Inc.
1070 SE 6th Ave,
Dania, Florida, 33004
Telephone: 954-513-7414

francois@miginvestigations.com
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There are many ways that Florida unclaimed property may be lost from its rightful owner.  Due to address changes, name changes, and other events, assets can easily become lost property. At MIG, we do our best to reclaim this lost property and abandoned property items through our registered locators. We are a Registered Locator for the state of Florida. We research public records and other sources to find abandon property or missing assets and unclaimed property. When lost assets are discovered, we provide asset recovery services to return the Florida unclaimed property to its owner.

Once the lost property is discovered, MIG will then deal with the beaucratic government and legal aspects regarding the return of the item(s). An asset is anything tangible or intangible that is capable of being owned or controlled to produce value. Most of the time, people are unaware that these items are available to be claimed or even exist. MIG has the experience and the qualifications to identify lost property and help speed up the process of getting your abandoned property and Florida unclaimed property redeemed.

Some of these unclaimed property assets include, but are not limited to:

  • CD’s and Stocks
  • Rent security deposits
  • Insurance benefits
  • Earned wages
  • Checking account funds
  • Saving account funds
  • Utility deposits
  • Safety deposit boxncased checks
  • Mutual Funds
  • Dividends
  • Escrow Accounts

The assets included in Florida unclaimed property are usually either lost property or abandoned property. It is estimated that there is currently over thirty billion dollars in unclaimed property, abandon property and lost property.

The stages of the asset recovery process can be time consuming and may in some cases require a great deal of resources and expertise. MIG can help you redeem these items with our experience and variety of resource tools. The state may deny your claim to recovery your assets. To obtain non-public information in foreign jurisdictions requires a submission of either a “Mutual Legal Assistance” (MLA) request or obtain a disclosure action through a tort claim. If the asset recovery process has any problems, this can lead to freezing of funds, which prevents the money from being transferred to anyone. Other problems include repatriation/ monitoring and confiscation/forfeiture of the funds.

In many cases, Florida unclaimed property and lost property are given to the state or various custodians for a variety of reasons including delinquency and property abandonment. Once contact is made, extensive work and resources may be required in order to retain full entitlement of the unclaimed assets, lost property and abandon property. Asset recovery can be intimidating, so it is a good idea to check with MIG and remember we are a Registered Locator for the State of Florida and we are located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

The evolving knowledge of expertise on asset recovery techniques is increasingly available to developing countries. The process of asset recovery encompasses all necessary steps of successful recovery, including tracing the assets, providing all of the legal documents, resolving competing claims, and invoking mutual legal assistance. Although this all sounds overwhelming, our aggressive and cost-efficient professionals have helped many retrieve their lost or abandoned assets. We are registered asset locators and that enables us to retrieve assets effectively.

Although the process of retrieving unclaimed and lost items is tedious, our team can help you get on the right track to reclaiming your property successfully. You may have a bundle of money that you are entitled to and don’t even know it! For more information call 954-513-7414.