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Kansas Transfer on Death Deed Form

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A Kansas transfer on death (TOD) deed is used to assign a real estate beneficiary who will receive the property when the owner becomes deceased. During the owner’s lifetime, they will remain the legal title holder with full property rights and the ability to revoke the TOD at any time. Like with a living trust, this document allows the owner’s property to bypass the probate process when their estate is divided. By executing a TOD the owner ensures that, after they die, their owned real estate will be directly transferred to the beneficiary.