Why You Should Have a Beneficiary Deed

Real Estate

Is Your House Safe From Probate? A Beneficiary Deed is a quick and rather inexpensive (roughly $200 for drafting and recording fees) real estate deed document which allows the Grantor (the owner) to elect beneficiaries for the specified real estate and to be transferred to such at the Grantor’s death. This process completely avoids the Probate Court which will save you thousands of dollars and around six months of time in the court system. We met with Markell Estate Planning and Elder Law and they were really informative and great to work with, www.markellpc.com.