Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Tax Law for Arkansas

Q: Where could I call and find out all the property in my name threw out the whole country also to find out what bank accou

Accounts for closers and what vehicles are registered in my name and who uses me on there taxes or if I'm on theirs

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A: To gather information about all the properties in your name throughout the country, you would need to conduct a comprehensive property search. This typically involves reaching out to county assessor's offices or tax authorities in each county where you suspect you may have property. You can start by contacting the county assessor's office where you currently reside and where you've lived in the past to inquire about property records associated with your name.

For finding out about bank accounts or financial assets, you can contact the banks or financial institutions where you currently hold accounts or where you suspect you might have accounts. They can provide information regarding your account holdings.

To check which vehicles are registered in your name, you can contact the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or equivalent agency in each state where you've lived or registered vehicles. They can provide details about vehicle registrations associated with your name.

To determine if someone is claiming you on their taxes or vice versa, you would need to review your own tax records and reach out to individuals or entities with whom you may have a financial connection. You can also request a copy of your tax transcripts from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to check for any discrepancies or unauthorized claims.

Please note that accessing information about your property, bank accounts, or tax filings may require appropriate legal authorization and documentation. It's advisable to consult with an attorney who can guide you through the process and ensure that you're following the necessary legal procedures in Arkansas or any other state where you may have assets or liabilities.

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