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Settling Estates Having Real Property In Alabama And The Importance Of

Settling Estates Having Real Property In Alabama And The Importance Of

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Provided by Albert Marshall Cheney, Certified Residential Real Property Appraiser & FHA/HUD Approved Appraiser, the Mobile Bay Metro Area of Alabama

To quote an old saying, "You can't take it with you!” Since this fact is true, a person should always consider having a Will, a Last Will And Testament, in order to lessen the complications in settling the estate for their bereaving family.

A person's death has an affect on their family emotionally and financially as well as with any unforeseen future personal or legal issues when settling the estate. Having a Will allows the decedent, deceased person, to efficiently outline their wishes in detail and properly distributes the estate, personal property and any real property owned, at the time of their death.
Therefore, settling an estate efficiently is important and, in some cases, can be very stressful depending on its complexity and the number of heirs. As an executor, or personal representative, you have been entrusted in carrying out the decedent's wishes as exactly outlined within the Will and as quickly as possible. When it comes to settling an estate with real property, Al Cheney, Cheney Appraisal Services, can provide a "Certified, detailed and timely appraisal opinion report while, at the same time, understanding the family's bereavement and any sensitive issues associated with the decedent's Will. As for accountants and attorneys, they can rely on Al Cheney's knowledge, over 30 years, in the real estate industry of the Mobile Bay Metro Area. Al Cheney always has a primary goal of providing detailed estate appraisal reports with reliable and supported derived value opinion conclusions (Fair Market Value estimates). As an Alabama Certified Residential Real Property Appraiser, Al Cheney, provides professional appraisal opinion reports which gives accountants, attorneys, and personal representatives solid facts and figures, in order to fulfill IRS and the State of Alabama requirements as well as the courts within Baldwin or Mobile County and any other local agencies. Additionally, the date of death often differs from the date of the requested appraisal assignment. Al Cheney is familiar with the procedures and requirements necessary to perform a retroactive appraisal assignment with an effective date and a Fair Market Value opinion estimate as of the date of death. Furthermore, contracting an appraisal assignment with Al Cheney is a fiduciary relationship ensuring the fullest degree of discretion, confidentiality binding, as outlined within the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) under the ethics provision. In conclusion, many times, people do not fully appreciate their need in having detailed real estate appraisal opinion reports which supports the facts and figures. Settling an estate efficiently, properly and timely are paramount when completing and submitting the necessary documents, including all real property appraisal reports, to the IRS, Baldwin or Mobile County courts, and other revenue authorities. Having "Certified, detailed and professional appraisal opinion reports with supporting local marketplace information demonstrates credence and should facilitate the legal process when settling estates. Al Cheney, Cheney Appraisal Services, is ready to assist accountants, attorneys and individuals requiring estate appraisal value opinion reports! Albert Marshall Cheney, Cheney Appraisal Services, Mobile, Alabama, is ready to assist you with all your "Certified" estate appraisal report requirements! Call (251) 533-2424 today!If you require additional estate research material, Al Cheney has provided these web links for further consideration:
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