Allison Ball is the 38th State Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the youngest statewide female elected official in the country. Prior to her role as State Treasurer, Treasurer Ball practiced bankruptcy law and focused on consumer rights and commercial litigation. As part of her time in public service, Treasurer Ball spent four years as an Assistant Floyd County Attorney, prosecuting child abuse and juvenile delinquency cases.
As a resident of Kentucky, you may be the owner of unclaimed property that is being held by the Kentucky State Treasury. Search now for unclaimed property that we may be holding in your name!
Any person claiming an interest in any property which has been surrendered to the Commonwealth should file a claim with the Kentucky State Treasury by completing an official claim form.
Businesses and banks across the state are responsible for the timely reporting and remittance of unclaimed property to the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
What is unclaimed property? Who is a holder? How can Kentucky citizens find their lost property? All of these questions are answered and more!
Kentucky State Treasurer Allison Ball