Estate and Date of Death Appraisals
Settling an estate or forming a trust can be complex tasks. Determining the value of a property associated with an estate or trust is an important part of the process. The value needed in an estate appraisal, probate appraisal, or trust appraisal may be the property’s current market value or the property’s retrospective value as of a specific prior date (date of death, etc.) An estate or date of death appraisal is typically used to set the tax basis for the property.
There are many situations where you might need a date of death appraisal, which states an opinion of what the property was worth on a date some time ago rather than when the appraisal is ordered. For estate tax purposes or disposition of the assets of a decedent, this sort of appraisal is often required. (Sometimes, the executor of the estate may choose to have the date be six months after the date of death — but the same principles apply.)
Fulton County Property Appraiser knows that people need estate and date of death appraisals for a variety of reasons. We also understand the unique process of determining and planning an estate as well as the need to have accurate information to maintain fairness to all parties involved.
Fulton County Property Appraiser is Fulton County’s top provider of estate and date of death appraisals. We provide a level of service and communication that is personal and unmatched with over two decades worth of experience in the Fulton County area.
Call Fulton County Property Appraiser today at (404) 907-1846 for an in-depth consultation and step-by-step guidance by a skilled senior professional at our firm. Fulton County Property Appraiser has the experience and qualifications to meet all of your appraisal needs.