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  • Executor Road Blog
  • Grieving
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  • Organizing & Cleanout
  • Personal Property
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  • All
  • Executor Road Blog
  • Grieving
  • Legal and Accounting
  • Misc.
  • Organizing & Cleanout
  • Personal Property
  • Real Estate

Guide to Donation

Donation of undistributed or unwanted usable personal property of an estate may have benefit to charities and organizations in the descendant’s community and beyond.  Consider ...
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Time is Money – Calculating the Time to Sell One Estate Item

Your time is not free. There are many ways to sell an item, and convert the item to cash for deposit in the Estate Bank ...
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Donate Eyeglasses

Used Eyeglasses Wanted!

It seems like a small thing, but it’s not.  If you’re one of over a billion people who don’t have correctable eye care, receiving a ...
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Mediation – How to Resolve Estates Disputes Effectively And Efficiently

By Ana Sambold, Esq. Mediation | 2-minute read Disputes Related to Wills, Trusts, and Estates | Benefits of Mediation | How to Prepare for Mediation ...
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We

What is this – Sorrow? Will it be here tomorrow? Today let me see – If I can just be. I may take a moment ...
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House: How to Un-Smelly Before You Sell-y

The effect of odor in the sale of real property can be subtle but persuasive.  The visual impression is one thing.  Most people can be ...
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Portable Storage Containers for Cleanout and Organization of Estates

Portable Storage Containers for Organization/Transport

One of the most flexible options for organizing and if necessary transporting distributed personalty is the portable storage unit. Perhaps all the beneficiaries couldn’t be ...
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Caring for Your Collection, Where to Begin? – A Primer to Approach Collections

Thanks and Recognition to The Historic New Orleans Collection The following article was garnered from a special 1-hour program presented by the Historic New Orleans ...
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What to do With Old Books? Vintage & Antique Books, Paperbacks Too – What To Do?

If the estate has a sizable book inventory or collection, valuing and liquidating the estate library can be a serious task.  From the collection of ...
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Guest Blog: Grieving after a Long Term Illness

Guest Blog: Grieving after a Long-Term Illness Diana Sebzda, MA, LPC, FT Director of Bereavement The Joseph T. Quinlan Bereavement Center “You Are Not Alone” ...
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Donate Prosthetics

Guide to Donation of Prosthetic Equipment

Where can I donate a prosthetic leg? Where can I donate a prosthetic arm? Where can I donate prosthetic devices? Where can I donate prosthetic ...
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Donate Used Medical Equipment

Guide to Donation of Personal Medical Equipment

Where can I donate Medical Equipment? Where can I donate shower benches? Commodes? Where can I donate wheelchairs? Walkers? Beds? Where can I donate prosthetic ...
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Estate Personal Property

Estate Personal Property – Identification and Distribution

Estate Personal Property (otherwise known as, ‘Personalty’) – The moveable assets of the estate.  Property which is neither fixed or real property, money or investments. ...
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Executor Road

Executor Road: On Grieving a parent from an Ex-executor and Son

Probably the rawest, deepest darkest experience I’ve known was the loss of my mother.  Losing my dad was similar but the loss of my mother ...
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