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You can only sell the property if he abandoned the property. And you may be required to send written notification to his last known address. But if he's simply left his things at your residence and doesn't seem to want them, you can considered them abandoned and sell them. Check with your local clerk of the court at the courthouse. * Wisconsin is a community property state therefore it would need to be determined exactly what constitutes personal property and that is an issue for the court. If a divorce is pending or either party is preparing to file a petition then no property of any sort should be sold, transferred, given away or otherwise until a property settlement is made.

2006-07-28 12:48:18
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