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Do I need a Will in West Virginia if all My Property is Held Jointly?

October 6, 2011

by bill barber Many populate try to circumventing making a last will and testament in order to avoid probate. One method is by owning property jointly with their spouse. This article discusses the concept of joint ownership and Wills in West Virginia.Jointly owned property refers to property held by joint owners with right of survivorship. This means when one owner dies, the other owner(s) automatically inherit the deceased’s share. The inheritance bypasses the Will and

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