Utah Divorce Appraisals
We offer divorce appraisal services in Utah
I Am Going Through a Divorce. Why Do I Need An Appraisal of My Home?
When going through a divorce, you will be dealing with the division of your property, including the family residence and any other real estate holdings. You will likely be wondering what your share of the real estate will amount to.
How Do I Determine the Value of Our Property?
The best way to determine the value of your property is to consult with a professional real estate appraiser who is knowledgeable about the divorce process. Knowing the value of your property will assist you in making decisions regarding the division of your holdings. No mediator or judge can rule or determine what is your property is worth without an appraisal.
How Do I Find an Appraiser?
Often your attorney knows a reputable appraisal firm that will give an unbiased arm’s length and stand-alone valuation of your property. The attorney can arrange for the appraisal report on your behalf or, if you each have an attorney, they may leave the choice of an appraiser up to the two of you. This can be problematic. If you each have your own attorney and own appraiser, and the two attorneys and the two appraisers do not agree, a third appraiser and appraisal is typically required.
Who Pays for the Appraisal in a Divorce?
Typically, the fee for the appraisal is paid by the divorcing parties. The fee is usually split down the middle.
Kranstover Appraisal Services is well-versed and experienced in working with divorce attorneys and properties of this nature.
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