Transfer on Death Deeds: the Nonprobate Revolution Continues
Susan Gary
TRANSFERON­DDEAT DEEDS: THE NONPROBATEREVOLUTION CONTINUESSusan N. Gary* Editors’ Synopsis: A transferon­ddeat deed, or beneficiary deed, allows an owner of real property to execute a deed that names a beneficiary who will obtain title to the property at the owner’s death without going through probate. The author examines the advantages and disadvantaage of using these transferon­ddeat deeds and details how these deeds work. In addition, the Article explains the basic structure of a statute...