Special Warranty Deeds & Beneficiary Deeds
Ensuring that your real property is disposed of according to your wishes is an important part of Arizona estate planning.
A Special Warranty Deed is often used to transfer someone’s house into their Revocable Living Trust while that person is alive.
A Beneficiary Deed states where your real property should go upon passing. Perhaps you want to transfer your property directly to your children or other loved ones. Learn more about our Beneficiary Deed Preparation Service.
By using a Special Warranty Deed and a Revocable Living Trust or a Beneficiary Deed, probate won’t be required to transfer this property upon your passing. And, depending on the size of your estate, could be a critical component to avoiding probate entirely.