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Frequently Asked Questions

Transitioning to new spaces, organizing a home, or downsizing is not simple tasks that can get done alone – which is why people are often afraid to change their lives around in the first place. Given the nature of our practice and how personal our services are, many potential clients have questions and are curious about what we do. Hopefully, this clears some information up for you. If not, contact us today and see what we can do for you!  

Q: What does LifeCycle Transitions do?

A: Through our network of resources, expertise, and planning, we provide expert services. We work with clients to provide a stress-free, safe, and caring transition experience, so they move to the next stage of their life with ease.

Q: What does a transition include?

A: The exact nature of a development relies on the client individually, so no one service is exactly alike. However, LifeCycle can provide many services with confidence:

  • Home improvement – making a home market-ready or modification.
  • Transition planning – coordinating the entire client and their family’s transition process from one home to the next with a plan of action, resources, and expert knowledge.
  • Hoarding assistance – we visit homes with significant clutter and fix them, adding repairs when necessary.
  • Realtor match – assessing our repertoire of resources to find top New England Realtors to offer a quick purchase or sale of your home.
  • Counseling/Clinical services – transitioning is a robust experience, and our staff is here to help you through the process with clinical services and counselors.


Q: Who qualifies for services from LifeCycle Transitions?

A: Our services are for individuals and families facing divorce, downsizing, hoarding, being widowed, or another significant life change that affects their home. Our typical clients include widows, separated or divorced individuals, seniors, or baby boomers.

Q: What does the process cost?

A: Each transition and individual are different, so there is no set price for our services. However, an evaluation from our Transition Coordinator will provide a quote within 24 hours.

Q: What areas do you service?

A: LifeCycle Transitions is proud to serve the following states: Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine.

Q: Does LifeCycle Transitions accept insurance?

A: Yes! Our relationship with TUFTS Health Plan enables you to have room for an insured, quality plan.

Q: Are we insured, bonded and licensed?

A: Yes – all three!

Q: If I hire LifeCycle, will the authorities be notified?

A: No. Most state or government-licensed authorities require a reporting obligation, but we do not.

Q: Could my property get condemned or could I get evicted if the appropriate parties get notified?

A: Yes. Since life, health, or property could be in jeopardy; it is a judge will likely rule against allowing behavior such as hoarding to continue.

Q: Can I call for an estimate?

A: No, since our services rely on working with the property and assessing its condition. However, we can provide a rough estimate if you send us clear photos through e-mail or text, with descriptions. An in-person, thorough assessment is still the only way for us to provide the exact estimate.

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