Getting Divorced?  We are here to help. 

Our Certified Divorce Real Estate Specialist team help facillitate the process of keeping of selling your home and each spouse getting their own representation.

We guarantee fast and discrete handling of all your real estate needs. Our team of highly qualified associates available day and night – because your satisfaction is our highest priority and we understand that we are on the courts timeframe.

Why Hire a Divorce Real Estate Specialist?

The family home is usually the most significant asset in divorce and elder mediation, often with significant debt. However, appraisal minus mortgage does NOT equal actual equity. This incomplete equation leaves your house over-valued and that works against you in family mediation for divorce and elder matters.

Don’t settle for a bad property settlement. In addition to the inaccurate and unfair division of your property, you risk damaged credit, default, foreclosure or even bankruptcy.

Remember all those documents you signed when you bought the house? Most are missing when mediating that same house. We provide free help to gather the house documents you need to make an informed decision regarding actual equity and whether to keep the house.

To keep your house for all the right reasons, you need a real estate agent specializing in divorce – an RCS-DTM designee.

Troy Moultrie was taught by Prof. Murray (a Stanford/Harvard Law trained lawyer and faculty at a top 20 law school) to help family lawyers/mediators complete the case file concerning real property and secured house debt, and earned the RCS-D ™ designation for REALTORS®.

Given family law is local, what we do is specialized, state specific, from what actually goes wrong in other litigated cases about divorce real estate. And because the house is a document-intensive financial and legal asset, we assist with gathering house documents and secured debt evidence. (So that your attorney's paralegal doesn't have to!)


An RCS-D™ REALTOR® , Troy Moultrie is professionally trained to neutralize divorce real estate as a business transaction in the best interest of the house – and each divorcing spouse. Leading your divorce real estate team, Troy also serves as project manager working with you and your lawyers and can refer real estate and financial professionals specializing in divorce to assist with gathering house-related documents and scheduling consultations, most of which are free.


You may contact Troy @ 435-327-5545 to discuss how you can protect one of your most valuable financial assets during the stressful time of divorce. Whether your divorce is completed, just beginning or somewhere in between, Troy can help you determine your best options now for a stronger financial future.

  • Best interest of the House - Collaborate approach to real estate leveraging the expertise of divorce and real estate-related professionals in the best interest of the house and each divorcing spouse.


  • Selling the house more quickly and for the most money = best interest of the house and each divorcing spouse.


  • Preserve home ownership eligibility and protect the credit score of both divorcing spouses.

Divorce Timeline {Litigation}

  • Petition / Response
  • Scheduling Order
  • Discovery
  • Negotiation/Mediation
  • Trial
  • Memorandum of Decision
  • Final Decree - Dissolution
  • Appeal

What our Focus is for You

Work with your Attorney

By working with your Attorney we can help you make an informed decision and speed up the process of closing the file on your divorce.   We have several experts on our team, from Financial Advisors, Mortgage Brokers / Lenders, Title Companies and  many other professionals that we work with.

With our team working with your attorney we eliminate extra cost while still providing each spouse a real estate agent advocate protecting their best interest.  


We have a team to help you throughout the process. Each Spouse will have their own agent to represent them.  Our goal is to sell the home fast and for the most amount of money, or help facilitate keeping the home.

Utah Law

Utah uses equitable distribution when dividing property during divorce. An equitable distribution is one that is deemed fair by the courts. This type of distribution does not always result in an equal split. Hiring a specialist will help gather information to help protect you in dividing property.


Certified Divorce Real Estate Advocates

Having an Advocate protecting your Credit and Homeownership is Important.  We work with your Lawyer of choice and have a network of professionals that we can refer you too.  Don't do this alone.  Call today for a free consultation. 

Your Real Estate Advocates

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