Four Ways Your Property Transfers After You Die

If you have read our blog for a while, you probably know that estate planning is largely focused on transferring your property after you die. While there are many aspects to estate planning that don t affect your property after you die, much of the time you spend developing a plan will center on these kinds of transfers. Today, we thought we would take a look at the four basic kinds of ways that your property will transfer to others after you die. Property Transfers After You Die. Joint Owner With the Right of Survivorship Transfers Property owned by joint owners with the right of survivorship will automatically transfer full ownership to a surviving owner once the other joint owner dies. For example, let s say that you and your husband own your home as joint owners with the right of survivorship. Should your husband die, you will automatically become the sole owner of your home. You won t need to go to court to do this, nor will you need to create any other tools that protect your pr


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