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When is probate required to transfer title to real estate?

Real estate is a very unique element of probate, because in real estate, it is a matter of the state, in this case, State of Florida, having an interest in proper devising and devolution, which is giving of property from a deceased person to a live person. Unless you have made provisions in the deed preparation for that property, a real property element will have to go through probate if it’s in just the name and the name only of the person who has died. Therefore, one can try to fix that with estate planning.

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