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While we'll hold your funds in perpetuity, why not keep them in the first place? View tips to help keep track of your funds.

There is no timeline for claiming funds — unclaimed funds are held until the rightful owner or an heir claims them.

Documentation ensures the money is being returned to its rightful owner. Some claims require only a few documents, such as something that shows you once lived at the address on file. Other, more complex claims require additional documentation.

After you complete and submit a claim form, the Division of Unclaimed Funds will notify you if additional documentation is needed. Learn more about making a claim.

Copies of your marriage certificate can be obtained from the probate court in the county where you were married. Find your county probate court.

Divorce decrees can be requested from the county where the divorce was finalized. Find your county clerks office.

The Ohio Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics, houses birth and adoption records of persons born in Ohio and adopted anywhere in the United States. Please note: a copy of an adoption file CANNOT be ordered online, nor can a copy of an adoption file be provided in our lobby on the same day. Customers may mail the required documents with payment or submit them in our lobby; requests will be verified and researched, then copies will be mailed within one month. Below is the list of adoption laws and procedures that are used in Ohio:

If you have questions, contact the Bureau of Vital Statistics at (614) 466-2531.

 

You have several options to obtain a birth certificate — in person, online and by mail.

If you have any questions, contact the Ohio Department of Health Office of Vital Statistics at VitalStat@odh.ohio.gov or (614) 466-2531.

You have several options to obtain a birth certificate — in person, online and by mail.

If you have any questions, contact the Ohio Department of Health Office of Vital Statistics at VitalStat@odh.ohio.gov or (614) 466-2531.

Check the Ohio Attorney General's website to see which states Ohio permit holders have reciprocity with by reciprocity agreement or by automatic reciprocity.

Use the Concealed Carry License Application and Renewal form to renew your license.

If you have any questions, contact the Attorney General's Office.