How Attorneys Can Delegate Client Personal Property Problems

Theresa Cashman
February 15, 2021

How often have you wrapped up a case, be it divorce, probate, real estate, or elder law, and felt like you were leaving your clients in the lurch? How were they going to get their home refinanced? How was this overwhelmed person going to navigate dividing household belongings with their ex-spouse? What was going to happen to all of the possessions in the estate that the family didn’t want? 

You want what’s best for your clients but once your job is complete, it can be hard to know where to turn for the remaining dilemmas that remain in the wake of their case work. Often they are faced with dealing with the minutiae, the fallout of their strife, in a time where it’s hard to get out of bed. 

Professional organizers can provide many of the overarching tools and resources needed for clients in times like these, providing options and unbiased opinions to help shell-shocked clients move forward into their new lives. Some families need assistance implementing their new family plans after a divorce, others need to plan a home clean-out after the death of a loved one, some just need help figuring out how to relocate their lives to a new home. These are common services provided by professional organizers, a burgeoning field made popular by shows like Hoarders and Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. 

Clearing Space, located in Denver, CO, loves an opportunity to live up to its name. We clear space for the next chapter of our client’s lives. We clear space for new careers and hobbies to take root, for the grandkids to sleep over, to finally get out from under piles of old mail. 

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