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What type of appraisal do I need for Probate?

The most common appraisal form used for Probate purposes is a General Purpose Appraisal Report. Probate appraisals are sometimes required for proof of value for court purposes and we have decades of experience writing these types of reports for residential properties in Palm Beach County.

Probate use appraisals are usually written as retrospective reports (from the time period of the date of death). We often receive requests for estate appraisals months or even years afterwards. Whether you need a current value, or value from a date in the past, our appraisers are familiar with the requirements and can help guide you through the process.

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