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Does a Transfer on Death Deed replace a will?

The Transfer on Death Deed does not replace a will. The will may still remain an important part of your estate plan especially if you have special bequests or a large amount of personal property. A Transfer on Death Dead covers only real property, like land and improvements, and conveys property outside of probate which allows you to avoid court costs. It is best if your will and transfer on Death Deed are consistent as to who receives your home and land. If your will and Transfer on Death Deed are inconsistent, the person named in the Transfer on Death Deed, not your will, will own your property after your death. 

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