An estate appraisal is important in establishing personal worth and tax liabilities as required to settle the estate. Clients also use the Estate Appraisal when a will has not been left to help apply equitable distribution among the estate heirs.
Estate Appraisal values are based on the market values on the date of the death of the deceased. Information included in the Estate Appraisal is identical to other appraisals, but similar to the Liquidation Appraisal, the values are based on materials and do not include manufacturing or production costs.
Estate Appraisal Costs
Costs for estate appraisals are based on the item(s) being appraised. Some variances may occur depending on items that might require research and the amount of research needed.