Our team of impartial and compassionate valuers can value your property accurately at a time that suits you. In the process, we’ll produce a robust report, for your legal advisors and the judge, allowing you to reach an amicable agreement. Call us today to discuss matrimonial valuations with a valuer directly.
What is a matrimonial valuation?
If divorces can't decide how to divide their assets, unbiased matrimonial valuation is required. You will need a RICS registered valuer to conduct a valuation for a judge to determine how to distribute your assets per the law.
Regarding your property, a divorce settlement briefly details:
- Accommodation type
- Tenure details
- The homes market value
In the majority of cases, the divorcees will together hire a RICS registered valuer. They will get an accurate valuation and can work for one party and remain impartial.
Depending on the assets you jointly own, you may find you need another professional valuation. For example, you may have an expensive painting whose value could have increased, and then you may find you need a professional antique valuer.
The benefits of obtaining a property valuation for divorce purposes
By acquiring a matrimonial property valuation, you can:
- Get Advice from an Independent RICS Registered Valuer
Will give you a professional unbiased valuation.
- Prevent Legal Disputes
Obtaining an independent valuation will potentially avoid the need to go to court.
- Obtain What’s Rightfully Yours
You prevent giving up assets you believe belong to you until you have a market valuation.
- Provide Court Proceedings Go as Smoothly as Possible
An accurate matrimonial valuation will prevent delays by providing your legal advisors and the judge with the necessary information.