The beds were given as a gift and therefore, owned by the parties. As such, they are subject to equitable distribution in the divorce. I would have his lawyer deal with this issue directly with your soon to be ex daughter in law.
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Unfortunately, the beds were a gift to the marriage, both parents. Usually the children's belongings follow the children to minimize the affects on them. Have your son contact his attorney or have him retain one.
Sheryl R. Rentz
326 West Lancaster Ave
Ardmore, PA 19003
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