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Here are the most common reasons to have your jewelry appraised by a professional.
Insurance coverage: A full appraisal is a detailed document that will help cover the monetary loss if an item is stolen, misplaced, or broken.
A detailed appraisal is a valuable document to have whenever you choose to dispose of (sell, trade or bequeath) your jewelry.
An appraisal is necessary in the event of Estate Settlement, forming a Trust, or Equitable Distribution. Wills and trusts should be updated with current appraisals to guarantee everyone has the latest information about the property division or potential tax costs.
You will need an appraisal to claim a casualty loss for your insurance company or uninsured loss for the IRS.
You should have an appraisal for division of property in a divorce.
You will need an appraisal for tax deduction of a charitable contribution.
Updated appraisals become necessary for a variety of reasons. For example, when markets significantly fluctuate, if you are signing with a new insurance company, or have made any significant changes to the jewelry.