Estate planning involves determining how your assets will be preserved, managed and distributed after your death.
Ensuring that your beneficiaries receive the maximum use and benefit from these assets – without costly taxes and heartache. Acumentis can assist when requiring property valuers for estate transfer.
Valuation for estate transfer
With professionalism and sensitivity our dedicated team offer property valuation services to support estate planning and transfer
Estate planning should be an efficient and effective intergenerational wealth transfer solution.
However, we all know this is often not the case.
Disputes between beneficiaries make it common that during the administration of a deceased estate a property valuation will be required for a Probate settlement. Probate is the official legal process for reviewing the assets of a deceased person and determining inheritors.
If you are an executor, administrator or beneficiary of a Will requiring a property valuation for Probate purposes, the experienced team at Acumentis assist.
We provide an independent property valuation detailing the market value of property assets that will provide the information required for fair and equitable distribution of assets amongst beneficiaries.
Contact our friendly team to discuss how we can support your property needs.
Estate Planning FAQ's
Estate planning involves determining how your assets will be preserved, managed, and distributed after death or in the event you become incapacitated.
To protect your assets and your loved ones when you can no longer do it, you will need an estate plan. The key benefits of an Estate Plan include.
- Ensures your assets are passed onto the intended people/beneficiaries
- Reduces the impact of capital gain tax
- Helps reduce family disputes
The experienced team of certified practising property valuers provide executors, administrators and beneficiaries of deceased estates with an independent property valuation.
This property valuation contains the market value of a property asset that can be used for probate purposes to determine the fair and equitable distribution of assets.