Joint ownership in property can be created in one of three forms: with rights of survivorship, as community property, or as tenants in common. The type of ownership you have in certain property will determine how that property is transferred at your death.
Topics covered in this report include:
- Tenancy in Common
- Joint Tenancy with Rights of Survivorship
- Advantages of Joint Tenancy
- Disadvantages of Joint Tenancy
- Disadvantages of Joint Ownership in General
- Community Property