What to do with Stuff?
Your Mom or Your Dad or someone special has passed away and they have chosen you to be their executor. Big honor. Big job.
Let’s say you have a relatively easy estate, one with modest assets to manage; one with fellow heirs who are in line with the wishes of the decedent. Selling the house is easy; you hire a real estate professional. For legal advice, you seek a competent professional attorney. As for stocks and bonds, you find a professional fiduciary…
The above professionals are regulated; each has a code of ethics, and is duty bound by law to act in your best interest.
Who do you call to help you with stuff…?
Your good so far, that is until you start to wonder what to do with a life time of the accumulated personal effects of the decedent.
My name is Martin Codina and I am an estate liquidator. My company – Fine Estate Liquidation has been helping people since 1996.
In my state California, there are no licensing laws governing the “Estate Sale Professional”. Because of this you have to rely on referrals and your good sense.
Here is some estate sales guidance.
“Stuff” is different. It is thought to be full of memories or to somehow be imbued with the person who once owned the stuff. And this makes it all the more important for you to find an estate sales professional you can trust, who understands that there are emotions tied up in the things you want to sell.
I am an estate liquidator and I will respect you while I do my job.
Fine Estate Liquidation, Inc.