Estate and trust appraisals
Done for the IRS, Trust Departments, Executors, and Heirs
Pre-Filing, Chapters 7, 11 or 13, Offering Guidance to Trustees
Inspections, Reviews, Pre-Existing Damage, Repair and Restoration Costs, Replacement Costs, Actual Cash Value, Etc.
Homeowner's Scheduled Fine Art & Antiques, Collectibles, Silver, Jewlery, Art--Including That Over $50,000, Etc.
Family Property Divided Before or After Death, Guardian Inventory, Division Among Children or Heirs, Possible Gifting, Etc.
Antique or Artwork Valued at Over $5000 and Claimed, Assistance with IRS #8283, Used Clothing & Household Furniture Over $500 Per Pension Protection Act, Etc.
Deposition Guidance, Expert Witness Testimony, Providing Questions to Ask regarding Personal Property Valuations, Review of Case, Etc.
Expert witness testimony
Specialist Professional Opinions of Value for All Areas of Personal Property Valuation Questions
Formal Letters to Informal "Walk Thru" Service, If "You Just Want to Know"
Appraisal theory and methodology
Complex Questions Over Technical Jargon and Practice. It may make a difference.
Hurricane, Fire, Theft Without Insurance, Make Proper Claims for Your Income Tax
Not All Appraisals are Created Equal or Done to the Same Standard. Have One Reviewed.
USPAP (The Uniform Standards of Professional Practice) compliance issues
Is Your Appraisal USPAP Compliant?