Find out how many years the liquidator has been in business, make sure the pro is bonded and insured and get a written contract, along with two recent references. One last tip: Consider the cleaning-out job a labor of love.
"Appraisal societies offer continuing education through universities in art, antiques and rugs," she says."It's a good sign when appraisers continue to gain certifications, since that shows they want to keep learning." 5.The cost will depend on such factors as your location and the type of appraisal you want.You might pay to 0 an hour for a general appraisal; 0 an hour for a fine arts appraisal.To find a trustworthy appraiser, ask an estate attorney for a referral or look for one on the website of the American Society of Appraisers, an accrediting organization.
Hall recommends checking the appraiser's site to see whether he or she has specialized training.Did you lose money investing in DC Industrial Liquidating Trust at the recommendation of your financial advisor?If so, The White Law Group may be able to help you recover your losses through FINRA arbitration.Still, the job was so massive that I needed help and you probably will, too.Don’t be shy about asking for a hand from close family members, friends or even your parent’s aide. Before throwing away any papers, find and put aside your parent’s will, trusts and addenda; life insurance policies and statements, real estate deeds and titles; recent bank statements (you can get older ones electronically); stock certificates; 401(k) records; tax returns and receipts necessary for filing next year's income tax return.The White Law Group is investigating potential securities fraud claims involving broker-dealers’ improper recommendation that investors purchase high-risk non-traded REIT investments, like DC Industrial Liquidating Trust.