Real Estate Appraisals
Determining the value of your home & other real estate
An appraiser is a person who is licensed in this state (Wisconsin) to provide certified appraisals of the value of real property. The services are provided for a fee.
Are Appraisals required to finalize a divorce?
In order for the court to grant a divorce, does the court need a certified appraisal?
A certified appraisal may not be required, unless the value of property is contested. Spouses can stipulate (agree) to the value of property.
If you question whether you need to obtain an appraisal of your real or personal property, if you are considering a divorce, or if you want to file for divorce or resolve a domestic relations dispute, contact the office of Attorney Kathleen Reiley for a discussion about your situation and how the law will affect you.
This website does not nor does it intend to provide you with legal advice, and no decision could ever be based on a general summary of the definition of an appraisal or the general assumption that an appraisal is not always needed for a divorce action. Every divorce is different, and it is your particular situation and the circumstances of your situation that will determine what you need to do. That type of information cannot be provided here.
Wisconsin State Licensed Attorney:
Attorney Kathleen (Kathy) Reiley exclusively practices law in the state of Wisconsin.
Practice Focus on Divorce and Family Law:
Attorney Reiley focuses her law pratice in the area of family law, handling legal separation, divorce, cohabitation, same sex marriages and divorces, child custody, legal custody, physical placement of minor children, child support, spousal support, paternity, marital property issues, and guardianships.
Litigation and Mediation:
With more than thirty years of experience in family law, Attorney Reiley has also participated int he Dane County Bar Association Mediation Project since its inception. Attorney Reiley offers mediation services and divorce mediation, as well as collaborative divorce, cooperative divorce, contested divorce, litigated trial divorce, stipulated divorce, uncontested divorce, divorce of elderly spouses, spousal support (alimony), estensive real estate matters involved in divorce, post divorce modifications and actions, and child support modifications.
Kathleen Reiley, SC
Reiley Law Offices
7161 N Port Washington Road, Suite B
Milwaukee (Glendale), Wisconsin 53217
Telephone: (414) 369-6309
Regular Business Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8 AM - 5 PM
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