Yes, You Can Avoid Probate!
Non-Probate Transfers allow your property to legally transfer without going through Probate. Not only will these procedures save you time and money, making Estate Planning more manageable, it will benefit your family in the future.
There are several probate avoidance procedures that you can use. Some examples include:
Joint Tenancy is a type of ownership by two or more people in which each owns an undivided interest in the entire property.
Listed Beneficiary is a person named to receive certain types of gifts outside probate.
Payable on Death Designation
Payable on Death Designation is an arrangement you make to give some types of personal property to another outside probate.
Transfer on Death Deed
Transfer on Death Deed is a deed prepared to allow your real estate to transfer outside probate.
Revocable Living Trust
Revocable Living Trust is an entity which owns assets for the benefit of a beneficiary.
The Lawyers at Walden & Pfannenstiel will help you determine the best estate plan strategy for your particular situation. Make matters easier for the loved ones you leave behind by planning today.