Private Investigations and Personal Security/address research


My son (deceased)and I have some unclaimed property.  In order to receive it I need to provide proof that he lived at an address over ten years ago.  I did not save anything that had his name and that address on it.  Do you have any ideas where I might look?  

Thank you,

About the only areas we can think of would be his school or medical records.  Maybe one of those would have the appropriate address you are trying to confirm.  I really don't see why the organization (state agency) would really need confirmation of his past addresses if he is now deceased.  Providing a death certificate and then your verification of being at that prior addess should be suffucient.  If we can be of further assistance, visit our website:


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