In this section, we will be discussing the types of property ownership involved in estate planning, as well as methods employed in the transferral of property during life and at death. The former includes subjects such as community vs. non-community property, sole ownerships, joint ownerships, and types of tenancies; the latter will examine how these will be transfered through processes such as probate, operations of law, trusts, and contracts.



Community Property Vs. Non-Community Property

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