I'm sorry to hear of your loss;
the easiest way is to hire a private investigator as they have a database subscription where they can search public records to determine where the person may have property based on past addresses/employment/associations.
With the internet, private investigators are much more affordable than they were a decade ago. unfortuantely we cannot give specific referrals.
There are many websites where one can locate treasury bonds, unclaimed property (including life insurance proceeds), etc.
One can also take the official documents (ie Letters testamentary) to the known financial institutions to get copies of banking information-this can lead to other information-such as checks written to life insurance companies, deposits from annuities, etc.
Also, going through the person's personal effects can result in a trove of information.
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