Colorado Transfer on Death Deed
Do you have real property that you want to pass on to a loved one after you die? If so, a beneficiary deed may be a cost-saving part of your estate plan.
Beneficiary deeds allow property to be transferred without the cost, hassle and delay of probate.
They work for all types of Colorado real estate, family homes, vacation properties, rental properties, and commercial real estate.
How Does The Process Work?
At The Hughes Law Firm, we make online estate planning simple and affordable.
To start, you will complete an online questionnaire that walks you through all of the information we need to create your customized beneficiary deed. A licensed attorney will review your answers and follow up if there are any questions.
Once you receive your beneficiary deed, you will need to have it recorded in the county in which the property is located. We will provide you with instructions for doing so.
Get Started Now
Don’t trust your family’s future to some fill-in-the-blank form you download off the internet. With something this important, you owe it to yourself and your loved ones to get help from an attorney.
The price for a Colorado beneficiary deed created through our online platform is $147.00.
Our online estate planning tools are secure, affordable and reliable. There is no cost and no risk to try the tools. Begin creating your customized beneficiary deed today.
Go directly to the Beneficiary Deed document builder.