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When a Husband and Wife own real estate in Joint Tenenacy it is considered Joint Tenenacy by the Entireties. This legal term means that each of you own an undivided whole in the proeprty. In plain English this means that when one spouse passes away the surviving spouse automatically owns the real estate completely and soley (subject to any mortgages of course).
It does not matter whether there is a Will or not because the property already belongs to the spouse and it does NOT pass through the estate or throguh probate.
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