Beneficiary Deeds in Colorado | Transfer on Death Deeds

Under Colorado law beneficiary deeds are the only type of deed that is unilaterally revocable by the grantor. Primarily used as estate planning tools, recorded beneficiary deeds convey title from the grantor to the grantee upon the grantor’s death. To be effective the beneficiary deed must be recorded in the recorder’s office for the county in which the real estate is located. To revoke a beneficiary deed the grantor must record a revocation at the same recorder’s office in which the beneficiary deed was recorded.

If you are considering a beneficiary deed as a means of transferring real estate to your loved ones and are looking for a Real Estate and Estate Planning Attorney in Boulder with a results oriented, cost-effective approach tailored to your matter’s specific needs, contact Newell Law. We have the experience and knowledge to achieve the best results possible for your case.

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