What is a Real Estate Deed?
A real estate deed is a legal document that transfers an interest in real estate from one person or entity to another person or entity. Real estate is an interesting asset, because unlike lots of other types of property that a person owns at death, real estate is governed by the probate and property laws of the state where the real estate is located, not where the person was domiciled when they died. Depending on the state, certain real estate deeds can be used to accomplish a variety of estate planning goals.
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