Appraisal of property


#1

Dear Sheronm:

Greetings. You cannot do anything except for having your attorney set up an agreeable time for this to happen or commence litigation and file a request for entry onto real property. If you enter the property after moving out and having your husband tell you that you cannot enter, then you cannot enter or you will be guilty of domestic criminal trespass. It does not matte rif your name is still on the deed for domestic criminal trespass to apply.

Now, if you decide to let the appraisers onto the property anyway because your husband will not be home, you take the risk of him coming home and calling the police, etc. Best of luck.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
RosenDivorce.com
919-787-6668

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#2

I have been separated for 9 months, after 22 years of marriage and continued infidelities (his)! I moved out, took nothing and now finally have the money to start separation proceedings. I have had one consultation with my attorney and she asked that I get an appraisal of our property. We had it appraised 4 years ago and this will be a reappraisal by the same company and I will be paying for it.I set it up,complete with a time for my son who is 21 years old to be at the house and let the appraiser in. I called my husband and left him a message informing him of the time and my intentions. He refuses to allow them in the house. My name is still on the deed and will be until something is settled. What do I do?