“Your letter…revved up my 'caution', 'suspicion' reaction…Now, my siblings and I are most thankful that you located the unclaimed funds of our Aunt’s estate, persevered in finding the rightful four heirs and our locations, and then processed the claim to completion. It was a lovely, unexpected, large windfall to each of us."
“I want to thank you on behalf of myself and my relatives, who will benefit from your hard work in recovering the monies that were owed to my father's estate.”
“I was skeptical when I first got the FedEx from you. I thought, nah, there is no way that can be true. I am glad I signed the form. The money really came in handy. I really needed it. Thank you!”
“Thank you for sending me the check from Aunt Helen. I do appreciate your time and work in this.”
"Thank you so much. I am tickled pink, Michael. I am just tickled Pink. I can't thank you enough."
“Cash in hand. Thanks for all your good work. Tina."
We discovered $105,000.00 in lost property for Sears Roebuck & Co, the famous department store. This money had been abandoned since 1998. The money was buried deep in the archives of Cook County Clerk of Court. Sears retained our law firm to recover this money. We had a hearing in open court and the judge agreed to release the money to Sears.. The whole process took approximately 60 days.
We discovered lost property worth $59,000 owed to a small regional bank that no longer existed. We located the successor bank, which was PNC Bank. They retained our law firm to recover this lost property. We gathered all the records and filed the paperwork with the Court to release the money. About six weeks later, PNC received their long lost property!
We located an old Certificate of Deposit held in the name of the Estate of James F. Rubino. James died in Chicago in 1995 and named three charities as the beneficiaries of his Will. We contacted the charities about the long lost inheritance they never received and never even knew about. They all retained our law firm to help them recover their long lost inheritance. It took a few months, but now the charities have plenty of money to help people in need all over Chicagoland.