What is the best way to insure my daughter owns my house when I die without probate?
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Excellent advice from colleagues. I agree and emphasize that comprehensive planning is recommended. Planning should minimally include:
Will and Trust,
POAH, POAF, memorandum distributing personal property, advance directive, final directions, family checklists.
Your EP attorney can assist.
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The easiest and most effective way to transfer real property outside of probate would be through a beneficiary deed.
With that said, my colleague is correct. You should have an estate plan which, at least for our office, includes your will or trust, medical POA, general POA, memorandum distributing personal property, advance directive, final directions, and family checklists. This covers everything to help you and your family related to your estate while alive and after you pass. Reach out to estate planning attorneys for a consultation.
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Good for you!!!
The best way to do this is to plan ahead. I strongly urge you to find a well qualified estate planning attorney in your area. It is important to understand that estate planning is as much about serious disability as death. Make this decision, knowing all the facts and with the proper guidance.
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