8 Ways to Avoid Probate
Avoid probate and save time and money with these eight strategies
Probate can drag on for years, and can easily cost your family thousands of dollars -- money that would otherwise have gone to them. 8 Ways to Avoid Probate offers simple and effective methods for skipping the probate process so that property goes directly to the intended beneficiaries.
Your estate doesn't have to go through probate. You can avoid probate by creating a savvy estate plan, and 8 Ways to Avoid Probate shows you how. This book offers simple but effective methods to skip the entire process -- plus real-world examples of how others have used them. Find out about:
The 8th edition provides updates to estate and gift tax laws, updated 50-state tables on simplified probate, and additional information on how to bequeath real estate without probate -- 12 states now offer a special deed for just this purpose.
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3 Name a Beneficiary for Stocks and Bonds
4 Name a Beneficiary for Your Vehicles
5 Name a Beneficiary for Your Real Estate
6 Hold Property in Joint Ownership
7 Create a Living Trust
8 Take Advantage of Special Procedures for Small Estates
9 Make Gifts
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