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Transfer on Death Deeds


A Transfer of Death Deeds names a beneficiary to own the real property after they die. The beneficiary(s) listed will automatically become the owner after the current owner dies. A beneficiary can be a family member, friend, or charity. If the Transfer of Death Deeds were filed correctly, you would not need to through probate court. If you are uncertain or have doubts about your current situation, we can guide you and answer any questions.

Why is a Transfer on Death Deed necessary?

• Having a Transfer on Death Deed ready will avoid probate court.
• If you have joint ownership, the title will automatically go to the surviving person.
• May provide tax savings.





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