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How does property transfer after death?

That is a question that looks at two different realms. Number one is estate planning. If you’ve done an estate plan, there is some property that can be transferred without probate, and that is property for example, real property, that you have placed in the name of two individuals with right of survivorship. In that case, the one who is still living once one passes will get that property without probate. However, any property that is left in the name of one person who passes away must be probated in order to get that property transferred from the person who is passed away to the living person.

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