Save Thousands With A TOD Deed When Its Time To Leave Your Home To Your Kids

Dated: 01/14/2016

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Transfer on Death Deed

Real estate is often one of the most significant assets to consider in a comprehensive estate plan. There are a number of ways to distribute the property after the owner's death. Some of the more common options are wills, trusts, joint ownership, or transfer on death (TOD) deeds. Note: unless identified otherwise, all definitions originated with Black's Law Dictionary, Eighth Edition.  TOD is a very affordable way to transfer the title upon death, for less that $30.00!!!  Why pay more?

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Sukhwinder Ajimal

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