In the prime of your life, it is never fun to stop and ask yourself what will happen if something happens to you. The world is unpredictable, and when you take control and plan for the future, you put your family in a better position.
We are often asked, “Can you transfer real property to someone now but make it effective at the time of your death?” The answer is yes, but only if you are careful to follow the guidelines that Texas has set out.
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