If you want a person you care about - a family member or a friend - to own your property automatically and without delay after your passing the most efficient way to make it happen is to prepare an Arizona Transfer on Death Deed. Often titled a "Beneficiary Deed," this legal instrument will guarantee the new owner can have the property at their discretion once you pass away. Note that the original owner must comply with the regulations listed in Title 33 of Arizona Revised Statutes: identify the grantor and the grantee, describe the property to be transferred, acknowledge the intention to designate a beneficiary before a notary, and register the document with the local county transferor.
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