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Over the past few years it seems that almost every dating dilemma I hear from my coaching clients and girlfriends has something to do with the texting. He told her how busy he was and she felt flattered that he was keeping in touch.Texting and dating definitely isn’t just for 20 year olds anymore. “Melissa” stayed up until 3 AM texting with her dude. She wants to know how to stop obsessing over him being The One.Still, the job was so massive that I needed help and you probably will, too.Don’t be shy about asking for a hand from close family members, friends or even your parent’s aide. Before throwing away any papers, find and put aside your parent’s will, trusts and addenda; life insurance policies and statements, real estate deeds and titles; recent bank statements (you can get older ones electronically); stock certificates; 401(k) records; tax returns and receipts necessary for filing next year's income tax return.
As her only child and executor, I had 30 days to dismantle a beloved home filled not only with memories, but with stacks of bank statements, overflowing closets (Mom had owned a women's clothing boutique), boxes of unsorted photos, furniture, antiques, kitchenware and more.
When it comes to your parent’s belongings, remember that family comes first. Have your siblings create a wish list of the items they’d like from the estate. I brought home a suitcase filled with family photos (some dating from the 1890s) as well as my dad's World War II medals, poems my mother wrote for special occasions and a newspaper article featuring my parents as newlyweds at Fort Custer in 1943.
Then, try to divide the assets equally by monetary value, which you’ll know through the appraisals. Many of these mementos (or pictures of them) will appear in a family history book I'm preparing for our grandchildren. Be strategic about donating or selling your parent’s clothes.
Other consignment stores will take items they think they can sell, price them fairly low and keep 50 percent of what people pay; the price goes down if the clothes go unsold after a month.
(MORE: The Art of Shedding Possessions) If you're entrepreneurial (I'm not), you could try selling your parent’s clothing on e Bay; in the suburbs, you could have a yard sale.