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The Quiet Agony of an Estate Sale

Estate Sale Sadness.jpgCommon human experience teaches us that we all have something to share - something that we might know more about because of our experience. The hairdresser knows far more about hair than the realtor. The realtor knows more about real estate than the truck driver. Doctors know far more about medicine than a stockbroker. And lawyers experienced in estate litigation have seen repeat patterns in situations that are not usually encountered in everyday life.

Five Big Mistakes in Sacramento History

Sacramento History Big Mistakes

Sacramento is a great place to live in Northern California - not only do we have plenty of trees and beautiful river ways, but we're also just a short distance from both Tahoe and the San Francisco Bay Area. That said, nothing is ever perfect, and our city is no exception to this rule. Over the years we've seen some downright foolish decisions that would bring about heart-wrenching and even tragic consequences for Sacramento. Here are the top five mistakes in Sacramento history:

Mom Shouldn't Be Driving

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As we age, our reaction times slow. Everyone notices. The examples are easy to come by: The elderly woman driving two miles an hour through the parking lot - or the elderly gentleman driving 40 miles per hour on a freeway with a posted speed limit of 65. And when it's our elderly parents, we worry about their safety.

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