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2016 Nuts and Bolts of Real Estate Valuations in Family Law Cases
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2016 Nuts and Bolts of Real Estate Valuations in Family Law Cases

When: Wednesday, September 21, 2016
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Where: Maricopa Bar Association
303 E. Palm Lane
Phoenix, Arizona  85004
United States
Contact: Karla Durazo

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Please join Barry Brody, Esq. and Chris Carter-Kent, Realtor and Mediator for a seminar for an attorney new to the practice of Family Law and those attorneys who need a refresher course.  This seminar will explain:


·         Valuation Methodologies

1.     Appraisals

2.     Comparative Market Analysis (CMA)

3.     Opinions


·         Evaluating the Evaluator

·         Strengths and Weaknesses of Each Approach

·         Admissibility at Trial

·         Settlement Approaches

In many cases, real estate, and particularly the family residence, is the largest asset of a marital community.  All too often, inappropriate valuation methods are utilized and one party winds up getting “short-changed.”  Attorneys historically have problems understanding valuation methodologies, finding strengths and weaknesses in them for settlement purposes, and become confused and side-tracked attempting to utilize professional opinions at trial.  More so, in the settlement discussion phases, many attorneys do not understand the alternative means of disposing of the real estate and how to properly utilize it in settlement discussions.  This program will cover those topics and provide a hands-on, nuts and bolts approach to real estate. 


MCBA Family Law Section members use PROMO code "Bolts" to receive your discount


Early-Bird pricing effective until September 14, 2016

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