Virginia Transfer on Death Form

Virginia Transfer on Death Form

Last updated September 20th, 2022

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Virginia transfer on death deed is a legal document completed by a real estate owner to transfer their property to a named beneficiary when they pass away. This document allows a decedent’s title to be transferred without probate or a will, both of which would involve court administration and additional expenditure.

The execution of a transfer on death deed does not affect the owner’s right to convey the property to another party, and the deed can be voided by the owner through a revocatory instrument. Once the deed takes effect, the named beneficiary will inherit the property, subject to all outstanding encumbrances, debts, and obligations at the time of death.

Related Forms (1)

Revocation of Transfer on Death Deed – Allows a property owner to revoke an executed transfer on death deed.

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