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What is the impact of owing title to a residence in a Joint

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What is the impact of owing title to a residence in a Joint Tenants with Right of Survival, vis-a-via in a LLC or a Revocable Trust
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Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Richard replied 6 months ago.

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Expert:  Richard replied 6 months ago.

Hi Samuel. If you own it as JT w/ROS, upon your death, the title vests in the surviving owner automatically and probate is not required. If you own it in a revocable trust, then the trust agreement controls what happens to the property at your death and again probate is not required. Owning it in an LLC means that the LLC and its assets are not impacted by your death, but upon your death the disposition of your ownership of the LLC goes through probate under your will unless you put the ownership interest of the LLC into the revocable trust prior to your death in which case the trust agreement controls and probate is not necessary.

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