Real Estate Appraisers
Determining Gets the House
Finalizing a divorce includes many decisions, including which person gets the house. Generally, there are two options - it can be sold and the proceeds can be divided, or one party can usually "buy out" the other party. But before a decision can be made a real estate appraisal is necessary. Learn more about who keeps in the home in a divorce.
Establishing Fair Market Value
Divorce appraisals need a well supported, professional appraisal that can be defended in court to establish fair market value for the real estate involved. Real estate appraisers are an integral part of the Dishon & Block team. The appraisers we trust are familiar with the procedures and requirements of the courts and various other agencies.
If your divorce property settlement will include real estate in California or elsewhere, speak with a Dishon & Block attorney to learn more about real estate appraisers. Schedule a consultation today to ensure that the fair market value for your property is properly determined.
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