Dan’s entertaining presentation focused on 4 areas: “garage” versus “estate” sale; some legal pitfalls in holding or running an estate sale; pricing to sell, and “Fun with Estate Sales 101.”
Dan gave OBHS a fun and informative evening.
Dan Haslam presently serves as Director of Development for the Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation, which operates the William Heath Davis House Museum downtown and serves as the curator for the Gaslamp Quarter Historic District. Prior to his present position, Dan practiced law for twenty years, most recently as co-chair of his law firm’s Probate Division in Tucson, AZ. As an attorney in a probate practice, he was responsible for the closing of many estates, including the administration of estate sales as a means of liquidating an estate. He is now retired from the practice of law, and instead loves to serve as a lively auctioneer for various charities and help out at yard and rummage sales, as well as to prowl around at garage sales.