Peggy and Pattie say their sister, Kate, who has a master’s degree in communications and a law degree, has struggled with hoarding for years, but they say recently, it’s taken a sharp turn for the worse.

Peggy and Pattie estimate they’ve spent $25,000 supporting Kate for the past three years – spending money on moving, finding places for Kate to live and paying Kate’s rent and bills. But once again, they say Kate could be facing eviction because of the state of her home. Can Dr. Phil help Kate declutter her mind so that she can finally declutter her home?

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