How are assets such as artwork, antiques, jewellery, and cars valued during divorce?

By Vince Wills and Christina DeVault
March 20, 2018
How are assets such as artwork, antiques, jewellery, and cars valued during divorce?

There are several ways to value that type of property. The parties can agree on the values, if they can't agree either party can hire an expert to value the property. Also an owner of property is permitted to give an opinion about the value of the property. However with valuable artwork, jewellery and luxury cars, the better approach is to have the property valued by an expert.


Vince Wills and Christina DeVault are divorce attorneys from Dragga, Hannon & Wills in Rockville, Maryland. A Fellow of the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Vince has co-authored numerous published articles on family law topics. Super Lawyers has named him as a top attorney for Maryland and the Washington Metropolitan area. Christina’s practice includes representing clients at all stages of family law, helping her clients make important decisions with confidence. To learn more about Vince and Christina, visit DraggaLaw.com.

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March 20, 2018
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