Cleaning Out a Deceased Person's Home

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A jewelry box with a collection of different types of jewelry.

  1. Check pockets, linings of coats, insides of pocketbooks, inside pill bottles, radiators, inside books and picture frames for money and valuables.

  2. Check all collections of junk jewelry for the possibility of a gold or silver piece. We just found that today.

  3. Take anything you are unsure of to an appraiser. You never know!

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December 1, 20190 found this helpful

And don't forget toes of shoes,ether. Found some money in a neighbors shoes after she died.


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December 2, 20191 found this helpful

Good ideas! I have made sure my daughter knows about any place I may "hide" something. She also has a full list of passwords for my computer stuff.


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December 2, 20190 found this helpful

This person had no computer.
I do have a list of passwords.
I have no hiding places in my home for this very reason. I want my few valuables to go to my children and grandchildren.


As I grow older, I will just give things to them or sell items they do not want.


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