I could probably provide the death certificates or some form of relative match.
Elder Law Attorney
If you are the next of kin, you can... you'll have to gather up all the other relatives, though...
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Estate Planning Attorney
You should be able to claim the property. However, that does not make it yours. It needs to be distributed as provided in their Wills, or if no Will, to their heirs at law. I would use the Wisconsin Transferby Affidavit form if the value of the unclaimed property is less than $50,000.