Before you begin the process, consult with your attorney and accountant or a professional tax advisor to help you through the process.
Moreover if you intend to liquidate assets to satisfy creditors, you may need to obtain their consent to do so.
Your list should include a detailed description of each item, photograph, purchase information, condition, warranty certificates and repair records, if applicable.
Moreover, your business is at least solvent or near-solvent, so bankruptcy is not an option.
And even if you were near or at insolvency, you'd probably find it preferable to liquidate your assets and negotiate amounts owed to your creditors, while at the same time avoiding the stigma of bankruptcy.
And finally, you have come to realize that selling a business with significant assets is much easier said than done. Most with the required assets and credit lines required to buy your business will not want to invest for the same reasons your heirs have declined the opportunity.
The vast majority will not pay for goodwill or "blue sky." They will discount your inventory and pay far less than cost.
Compile detailed information regarding the original purchase price, age, and condition of the asset along with quality photos.