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Dear Prudence, “Trevor,” the husband of my friend “Emily,” recently passed in a very dramatic manner. He hadn’t updated his will or life insurance policy to reflect his wife as beneficiary.

Emily is entitled to the possessions within their house, with the rest going to Trevor’s estate.

Trevor left the house in disarray, so we had to sort through the mess for valuables.

Emily told the ex he could take one of the large (valuable) television sets if he helped.

On both days my ex showed up late, wasn’t much help, and asked for nearly everything he saw, which was mortifying.

The first day he left with four valuable Bluetooth headsets, a Bose Bluetooth speaker, and Xbox controllers.

The second day he left with $250 cash and camping supplies.

Throughout the whole ordeal, he pestered us about which television he was getting.

Fed up, Emily told him he wasn’t getting one because he had already been compensated fairly.Having loaded the final truck alone, I agreed with Emily.When my ex and I were alone in the cab of the truck, he yelled at me until I broke down in tears. I understand he’s an ex for a reason, and shame on me for bringing him around (I was completely caught off guard by his greed).But he still thinks we owe him the amount of money he could make from selling a television.How should you compensate “friends” for helping move?And while we are at it, how can I be better at picking men?

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