Deceased Estate Decluttering & OrganisingWe're experts at preserving memories while decluttering your loved ones estate.
Deceased Estate Decluttering and Organising
It can be extremely overwhelming to be responsible for organising, sorting and decluttering a deceased estate.
Our experienced and compassionate team of ladies work with individuals and executor of wills to help declutter and organise deceased estates.
As part of our deceased estate management services, we can help with things like:
- Sorting, grouping and organising all personal items
- Catalogue and photograph items to create a memory book
- Pack goods ready for delivery to various locations
- Organise the delivery of goods to charity
- Sell items on your behalf via Ebay or other specialised methods
- Organise removalists
- Organise storage if required
- Provide all packing materials
- Be there on moving day and supervise the removalists
- Organise rubbish removal and vacate cleaning
- Organise any maintenance required at the property
- Ensure the property is presented in an appropriate manner so that the bond is returned
- Style the property for sale.
If you need help to manage and organise a deceased estate, The Lifestylers Group can help. We have been working with families and individuals since 2005 to help manage the relocation process and have wealth of knowledge to share.
“Dear Natalie, We are so grateful for all the help you have given us. You have coordinated all the workers and skips efficiently and with great care for our feelings in a very stressful time. With your organising we were able to relieve a lot of the stress from our shoulders. We would have no hesitation in recommending your services to our friends. Karen, Huntingdale, September 2017”.
“Natalie, What can I say about your company. Your professional approach to the clean out of our late brother in law and sisters house was nothing short of specular in the way you and your staff approached this unusual declutter and clean up. Once again, our appreciation for a great job done well under very difficult circumstances. Gary, October 2017