The Loved One's Belongings
You decide the final destination of your Loved One’s belongings.
Your Facilitator will do his or her best to locate and scan the documents you will need to close your Loved One’s Estate. Your Facilitator can scan or ship photos, too.
Your Long World Facilitator organizes, logs, and photographs items that may have monetary value such as china, antiques, art, jewelry, furniture, rugs, textiles, light fixtures, and electronics.
Next, you receive one digital document containing a collection of photos featuring the items that may have monetary value. You choose the items you want to keep and those you want to sell or discard. (Your Facilitator will guide you through this process.)
Your Facilitator can transport almost anything to you, from a few select boxes of photos and sentimental items to a fully stocked moving truck.
Your Facilitator can arrange storage in your Loved One’s home, a public facility, or in a storage facility in your city of residence.
Your Facilitator can arrange a buyout, consignment, or an estate sale on your Loved One’s property. You keep all of the proceeds.
Your Facilitator can donate designated items such as canned goods, office supplies, clothes, and furniture to organizations in your Loved One’s neighborhood.
Your Facilitator will remove refuse and perishable items and will upcycle, recycle, and/or discard well used or broken items, all at your discretion.
Handle sensitive items
Under your direction, your Facilitator will discreetly store, ship, shred, or dispose of your Loved One’s private belongings. Every Long World Facilitator is a strong advocate of personal freedom and will handle sensitive belongings without judgement.
Hug & Pet
If there are pets inside the home, your Facilitator will treat them like part of the family until loving future homes can be found. Your Facilitator can even transport pets to your home in person.