A Family Law valuation is relevant in the event of divorce or separation of a married or de facto couple, where the Family Law Act outlines specific processes for the valuation and distribution of assets. To correctly gauge the value of these tangible assets, often a professional valuation is required. Family law settlements can be difficult for all parties involved, particularly if there are disputes and they cannot agree on the values of property and assets. When one or both parties engage an independent valuer, it can help provide objectivity and clarity.
A Family Law valuer can work with one or both parties to provide a fair and accurate assessment of joint assets in line with the requirements of the Family Law Act. Our valuations conform to court rules as well as Australian and International valuation standards. Most of our valuers have court experience and are often engaged in adversarial expert witness matters.
What methods do we use to determine value?
Our valuers are versed in a range of valuations definitions and methodologies in accordance with international standards including market value, fair value, forced and orderly liquidation value, reinstatement / replacement value, going concern.
When you engage an Aon valuer you can be assured you are getting an expert in court rules who is has experience as a court expert witness. We value your privacy and you can be assured that your valuer will work with you in a professional and sensitive manner to provide a valuation report that meets court requirements.