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You won't need to worry about the furniture. Even though you are only the conservator of her person, you would still have the implied authority to dispose of the furniture. Fortunately, furniture requires no documentation to transfer ownership. It's not like a car or real property that requires specific documentation and authority to transfer ownership. Personal property, such as furniture, can be transferred simply by giving it or selling to someone else. So, you can simply dispose of it in the manner you choose with no adverse consequences and no requirement that you prove your authority.
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