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Good evening. You can do one of two things....i) you can own it as joint tenants with right of survivorship so that if one of you dies, 100% ownership of the property automatically vests in the surviving owner...that covers you in the event of death; or ii) you can put a reversion provision in the deed that as long as your alive, if your son gets married without a prenuptial agreement...although this property will still be his sole and separate property even after marriage...that his interest automatically reverts to you.
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