The family home is usually the most significant asset in divorce mediation, often with significant debt. Determining valuation is often complicated and appraisal minus mortgage DOES NOT equal actual equity.
As a Tennessee real estate broker now specializing in divorce real estate due diligence support for collaborative law and family mediation, I help resolve gaps in house due diligence for informed decision making about keeping the house in divorce.
Best of all, this is a complimentary service for your firm and your clients with real property.
I’d like to share how we deliver the “house homework” needed for real property valuation and disposition decisions—ready for your paralegal and document management team. If you’re interested in learning more about how to handle house affairs in divorce mediation, fill out the form below.
Additional divorce mediation resources:
Sorry we are experiencing system issues. Please try again.