Family Law Valuations for matrimonial matters are a particularly specialised field where we have been conducting majority of our work from either private clients or solicitors under joint or single party instructions for nearly 20 years.
Blanco Property Group are experts in Family Law Valuations with highly experienced valuers meticulously thorough in their approach, complying with Family Law Court standards and guidelines.
Family Law Valuations, work to resolve any property disputes following a separation. By appointing the help of an independent Property Valuer, both parties will be able to access a fair and unbiased payout, through understanding the total value and allowing negotiations to begin accordingly.
A Deceased Estate or Probate Valuation, can be the first step to assist during the settlement process providing an executor or trustees of a will with a level of legal protection. A properly compiled and comprehensive valuation report can effectively be used as evidence that the executor or trustees have dealt with the property in a fair and responsible manner. This can be particularly important to ensure all beneficiaries are fairly compensated and that there are no claims of any disputes which may arise in the future.
Where property is an asset listed on an estate in a will, it is important that it is professionally valued for several reasons. An experienced certified Valuer will assist to determine the pre-sale value of a property should you and/or other beneficiaries wish to place it on the market. Additionally, it can be used to define a fair and unbiased valuation to take place between a beneficiary who wishes to buy out other beneficiaries of the estate that wish to sell their share.
It is common for properties to be owned by more than one person. Whether a home has been purchased as part of a marriage, or there are several beneficiaries from a deceased estate; when joint property owners or beneficiaries’ personal situations change, a Property Settlement can occur.
Property’s may be sold internally between family members, or put onto the open market. Regardless of the type of sale, it is integral that you get a Property Valuation completed by a licensed valuer. This provides owners with complete transparency in regards to what they are entitled to, and can also help to resolve disputes, or prevent them from occurring in the first place.
If a fair outcome cannot be reached during negotiations, property disputes may be taken to court. Where this is the case, it will almost always rely on an objective assessment of the property by a professional, licensed Valuer. Read more…