A Hawaii Transfer on Death Deed is a typed or handwritten legal instrument any individual can use to decide who will own their property after they pass away. Prepare this Beneficiary Deed to make sure the new owner of the property avoids lengthy probate which is crucial if you transfer real estate to a relative or friend who will need to have a place to live after your death. Hawaii Revised Statutes (Chapter 527) ask the grantor to identify the parties to the deed in writing, verify the intention to transfer property to the named beneficiary, and register the document with the local county clerk.
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