Texas Transfer on Death Deed
Transfer your Texas real estate at death without a will
- Avoid probate
- Revoke anytime
- Retain ownership & control
- Automatically transfer real estate upon your death
- We charge a $200 flat fee to handle for you
Transfer on Death Deed Benefits
Retain Ownership & Control
Unlike a trust, you retain full ownership and control of your property for as long as you live. Like a Will, you can decide in advance who should inherit your real estate.
A Transfer on Death Deed allows you to avoid a time consuming and expensive probate process.
A TOD Deed is inexpensive to implement AND can save your loved one’s thousands of dollars by not having to probate a Will or administer an estate.
A Transfer on Death Deed can be revoked at any time. Furthermore, if the property is sold the TOD Deed is null and void.
The beneficiary’s tax basis in the property will be stepped up to the fair market value on the date of your death just like if they had to probate your Will.
Retain Homestead Benefits
Using a Transfer on Death Deed for your homestead is one the most common uses. Since The TOD Deed is not effective until you pass, your homestead benefits are not effected.
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