Inactive bank accounts and escheated life insurance policies
The Eckert Act regulates the search for inactive bank accounts and escheated insurance policies
On June 13, 2014, the Eckert Law required banking and insurance organizations to identify all inactive bank accounts and escheated life insurance policies.
Call upon a genealogist
Backed by its expertise in heir tracing, a dedicated, experienced team and customized IT tools, ADD Associés responds to requests from banks and insurance companies to find heirs to inactive bank accounts or beneficiaries of life insurance policies, to facilitate the restitution of assets to which these beneficiaries are entitled.
ADD Associés makes the distribution of funds more secure by confirming that no heir has been overlooked.