Family Law Court Valuations
Property valuations are required in many different circumstances for all different property types, including residential, commercial and industrial. At Vals TAS, we understand requiring a property valuation for the purposes of family law court can be a sensitive time for our clients. We approach these valuations with compassion and precision and have our detailed reports delivered in a timely manner as family law court cases can time sensitive. Our certified valuation reports are composed by our independent specialised property valuers, to deliver a report which is clear, concise and meets the clients individual requirements.
There are different circumstances where a property valuation will be necessary for Family Law Court, these include:
- A separation or divorce
- Related party share buy-out
- Deceased estate valuation
Why is a property valuation needed for family law court?
A property valuation is needed for Family Law Court as it is a legally certified document which states the property’s market value at the time of the valuation. It is essential when reaching an equitable family property settlement, the valuation can assist is settling any disputes throughout many situations The property valuation needs to comply with all court requirements.
A property valuation consists of one of our expert property valuers performing a comprehensive investigation, assessing over 200 variables which can influence the value of a subject property, to establish an accurate fair market value. This is an important process in delivering a legally certified valuation report which meets legislative criteria, and be accepted by all governing bodies. We provide our clients with an extensive, detailed analysis of the subject property, coupled with in depth research into the local property market, in the practice of a long form report.
If you need an independent property valuation for family law court, or would like to find out more information on how we can assist you, please call our team of experts on (03) 6108 2178 and we will be happy to help. Alternatively, complete one of our online enquiry forms and a member of the team will get back to you shortly.