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Cleaning Out a Deceased Person's Home

  1. Check pockets, linings of coats, insides of pocketbooks, inside pill bottles, radiators, inside books and picture frames for money and valuables.
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  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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Anonymous
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, 20190 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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