Estate Planning, Business Organizations, and Asset Protection

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Joint Tenancy

Joint tenancies have long been used to transfer assets to succeeding generations. In a joint tenancy an asset (usually real property) is placed in the name of two or more people. During lifetime, these “joint tenants” hold an undivided interest in the property. If the joint tenancy is properly made, the surviving joint tenant becomes [...]

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