What Are The Alternatives To A Partition Lawsuit?
Co-owners may enter into a voluntary, written agreement for the partition of property. A common approach is to enter into a written buy-sell agreement for a partition by appraisal in which one party can acquire the other party’s interest in the property at the appraised value. This approach to a negotiated settlement is often facilitated with the use of a professional mediator.
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