PROTECTING YOUR REAL ESTATE: 5 Reasons Why Adding Your Kids to Your Title is not the Answer
Our homes are often our most valuable asset, especially in a market like Boulder. Real property has special considerations in our estate planning.
It is a common misconception that jointly titling real property will avoid probate. In reality, it only delays probate until the second spouse dies.
Should you put your kids on title to skip probate? Probably not; there are many dangers to using joint tenancy as your only estate planning tool.