We did a good amount of research when we knew we were serious about becoming professional estate liquidators. First and foremost, we knew we wanted to help people, and do it the right way: with integrity and compassion. While keeping these imperative factors in mind, Julie Hall and ASEL kept coming to the forefront. ASEL is built on their Code of Ethics, and the basic – yet often pushed under the rug – belief that clients come first.
It is our passion and mission to live by the ASEL Code of Ethics:
The American Society of Estate Liquidators® Code of Ethics
Each Associate of The American Society of Estate Liquidators® (ASEL®) agrees to observe and be dedicated to the following principles and policies:
• To be honest and trustworthy at all times and not to be a party to any fraudulent, dishonest, or malicious acts.
• To honestly and fairly represent his/her professional competency, qualifications, facilities, and capabilities and not to exaggerate or misrepresent such qualifications in advertising, resumes, or while soliciting clients.
• To keep in confidence any private and/or personal information with respect to a client and individuals affiliated with the client and not disclose such information to any third party.
• To accept assignments and give advice or opinions that are only within the scope of the estate liquidation process, unless the Associate is professionally qualified to do otherwise or is willing to take steps to see that the necessary research is done to execute the assignment knowledgeably.
• To conduct himself/herself in a professional and impartial manner at all times in connection with an estate liquidation.
• To make himself/herself reasonably available during all stages of the liquidation process.
• To avoid situations which represent a conflict of interest.
• To take the steps reasonably necessary to determine a fair liquidation value on personal property to be sold.
• To charge a fee based on a fair value for his/her services rendered.
It’s not too hard to go with a company that stands for the same things you stand for!
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