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Estate Headache: Selling High-Priced Family Home

By: Martha Neil

January 8th, 2008

“You should think it would be easy because there’s money at the end of the rainbow, but there are more problems than you would think” says Adam Leitman Bailey, who works in Manhattan as a real estate lawyer. “This is one of Those cataclysmic events that really shake everybody up. It’s just Like in a divorce, where you don’t use your brain—you use your emotions. So you’re hurt, you’re not thinking clearly, and a lot of the time the person that dies is the one who use to give you advice.”


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