• Sell them and donate money to The Word Society for the Protection of Animals. They do REALLY great work.
    • dumdum
      Thanks for that -- not familiar with, will look into that group. Charity Navigator gives a group based in New York called World Animal Protection that they give one star our of four. Do you know if this is the same outfit?
  • My husband would get them, I would want him to enjoy or benefit from them.
  • Funny you should ask. Im leaving in about an hour to get ride of my grandma's stuff. We are just going to be giving away her stuff because anything of value she has pawned. When I go I going to make sure people have stuff they would want. The rest I'll just give to who ever wants my crap.
  • I already have my will made so every thing is sorted
  • Everything I own would go to my husband. If we both died at the same time, everything would go to my daughters. My eldest daughters father would become their legal guardian.
  • Well my husband would get everything because legally he is intitled to it. I asked him to give certain things to certain people in the daughter, sons, their wives or the single sons I have. I have about 18 sewing machines of great value that if noone wants them....he needs to get one of our children to sell them on ebay so he can have money to do whatever he pleases with. I have antiques that were my grandmother's and some I collected....if I don't assign them to certain husband will just throw out. He has no idea the value of these items.
  • Family if no family I don't care.
  • All I got is my comic books and I'd give those to my son.
  • will them to my daughter!
  • Let my family and friends have whatever they want and donate the rest to the Salvation Army
  • I'm NOT an attorney, barrister or judge. This is something which should and must be arranged way before the hour of any person's death or demise. Fact: In Pennsylvania as well as many if not all other states and/or countries: When someone dies without a will (known as being "intestate"), the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as well as many if not all other states and/or countries ALREADY HAS a Last Will and Testament prepared for every person! If I was anyone reading my answer and even had a hint of what really goes on (which each and efery person has with my answer), I strongly suggest "getting your affairs in order", before the state, commonwealth or country in which you live decides how your estate will be divided and what person, people and/or charities/causes will get your worldly possessions. Thanks for asking your Q! I enjoyed answering it! VTY, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name! Sources: My wonderful family! My terrific mentors and coaches! In the real estate business over 34 years in Pennsylvania. This situation happens quite frequently. THE ABSOLUTE BEST, MOST WONDERFUL real estate investment group in the world, which I was very proud to be a member of! “The University of Hard Knocks” also known as ("a/k/a") "life's valuable lessons"
  • Make sure my family and friends knew what they needed and wanted. After that, I would give anything I don't need until I die, and they don't want after I die, and give it to people who WILL appreciate it.
  • I have a will that I update every five years or so.
  • Keep them, I would be still not dead :o)
  • I would ask my husband to go through my things for me and pick which items to give to who (family memebers) I have lots of little knick knacks and trinketts that are very special to me. I'd want some of it to go to my mom and my neices, sisters....etc... And The things my hubby gave to me, I would want him to keep or whatever he wanted. :) It really is a sad thought, I never thought about it before...good question! Points!
  • What little I have I would give to my sister.
  • Already done..make arrangements for dispersal of my assets and possesions :)
  • They will be left to my three children, my grandaughter and my husband. There are some possessions where I need to do a clean sweep so that my family does not feel overwhelmed when my time comes.
  • The people that I am related to are the type that would blow it all on one grand party, and I don't know anybody else, so it is just up for grabs. My two brothers are the only ones who know that I have anything at all, so whichever one outlives me will decide what to do with it.
  • Don't people write 'living wills' before they pass that deals with such possessions?
    • dumdum
      No. Living wills pertain to a written statement detailing a person's desires regarding their medical treatment in circumstances in which they are no longer able to express informed consent, especially an advance directive.
  • i wouldnt care since i wouldnt be able to use them

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