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I own property in france ..I would like to put my sons names

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I own property in france ..I would like to put my sons names on the deed so that in the event of my death they would still be owners..we are all american citizens...Can you please tell me how to go about this
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To put your son's names on the deeds you need to contact a notaire.

This will be deemed a donation and gift tax will be payable if the value of each son's share is worth more than 100K€.

In any case deed modification fees and land registry recording tax will amount between 3 and 4% of the value of the house depending on the specifics of the case. Of course you can do this only if you do not disadvantage any other heir.

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