What Does Jointly Held Real Estate Mean In Estate Planning?

What Does Jointly Held Real Estate Mean In Estate Planning?

Real estate is commonly a joint asset.  There are three ways to be joint owners of real estate.  Each is different in what happens at the death of one of the joint owners.  The way a deed is written and recorded will determine how the real estate is held.

Example Of Jointly Held Real Estate In Regards to Estate Planning

Real estate is commonly a joint asset.  There are three ways to be joint owners of real estate.  Each is different in what happens at the death of one of the joint owners.  The way a deed is written and recorded will determine how the real estate is held and passed.

Kelley Scrocca, LLM
Connect with me
Business, Expert Estate Planning, and Probate Attorney Dedicated To Helping You Preserve Your Legacy