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What is a Death Agreement?
A death agreement is a written agreement where the owner identifies one or more people as beneficiaries. The beneficiary becomes the new owner of the property, if applicable, when the owner passes away. Beneficiaries can include individuals or charitable organizations.
A death agreement can also be called a TOD deed or beneficiary deed. A death agreement allows beneficiaries to receive percentages of your assets; for example, 50 percent to your spouse and 25 percent to each child.
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