In my pending divorce the real estate has been appraised by two sources with a $20,000.00 dollar difference. The first appraisal had a few inaccuracies as to description,, building size as well as condition.The first was of course the higher. This is compounded by the fact the town currently has the higher square footage that I am currently in dispute with the town about. I was advised by a mediator that a judge would simply split the difference and not take into consideration the obvious innacuracies. I was under the belief that if only one point is inaccurate the entire appraisal can be considered inaccurate.
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