Deceased Estate Clean

Cleaning a deceased estate in New South Wales (NSW) typically involves clearing out the belongings, organizing, and cleaning the property after someone has passed away. It can be a challenging and emotional task, but there are professional services available to assist with this process.

Deceased estate cleaners are trained to handle sensitive situations with empathy, compassion, and discretion. They understand the delicate nature of the job and approach it with professionalism and respect. Their services extend beyond mere cleaning, as they are often equipped to assist with tasks such as mould restoration, hazardous waste disposal, and restoration of the property to its original condition. Contact us for professional deceased estate cleaning services.

Here are some steps you can take to clean a deceased estate:

Inform the appropriate authorities and agencies about the death, such as the police, coroner’s office, and the deceased’s lawyer or executor.

If you’re not the executor of the estate, contact the appointed executor or the deceased’s estate lawyer. They can guide you through the legal processes and provide advice on managing the estate.

Ensure the property is safe and secure during the cleaning process. If necessary, change locks or install security systems to protect the belongings.

Before you begin cleaning, identify any valuable items that may need appraisal or specialist handling. These could include jewelry, antiques, artwork, or collectibles. Consult with the estate lawyer or executor to determine the appropriate course of action for these items.

Start by removing the deceased person’s personal belongings from the property. Sort through their clothing, furniture, and personal items, deciding what to keep, donate, sell, or dispose of. If there are specific instructions in the deceased person’s will, follow those guidelines.

Once the personal belongings have been removed, thoroughly clean the property. This may include dusting, vacuuming, mopping, and disinfecting surfaces. Repair any damages if necessary.

Arrange for the disposal of unwanted items, such as old furniture, appliances, or other belongings. You can donate usable items to charity, sell valuable items, and arrange for proper disposal of unusable items.

Work with the estate lawyer or executor to complete any necessary legal procedures, such as probate, distributing assets, paying outstanding debts, and closing accounts.

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