One thing is sure, if you have something valuable and someone finds this out, there is a great chance that when you get rid of it as superfluous junk, this person will be around to kind of scoot it away somewhere to sell at a profit. ( don’t worry about it you won’t feel a thing).
Speaking about the subject, as regards to my inheritance, at this time there is a need for a person to tend to the distribution of her own estate. I met the following problem with my painting. If someone collects pictures of cows, for example, they will save the stuff with cows, and simply throw out all the rest because they don’t need it (it is trash). What is then attributed to being your work? Two sullen, rather badly done paintings of cows.
I rarely do cows and if that all that would be left of my work is pictures with cows, it would seem clear that I did nothing at all. That helps me not at all with proving the quality of the estate. I can see my parent’s estate distributed to the poor except for the one or two objects that someone deems important to their collection.
I am writing so that this will not happen. If you have any advice or help to give please write me at http://www.linkedin.com/in/kathyfabian.