Properties in Multiple States

by | Sep 9, 2022

One of the most common ways for your estate to get pulled into probate in the United States is if you own any real property (land, house, or mineral interests). If you own properties in multiple states, then you could be subject to probate in each of those states.

Avoid Having Your Properties Subject to Probate

One way to get around probate is if your properties are owned by your Trust. A Trust is its own entity, meaning it can own, buy, or sell the property. The best part about a Trust is that it avoids probate no matter the state! If you or someone you know owns property in multiple states or is planning on buying property outside of Colorado, schedule your free initial consultation with one of our attorneys to learn the best way to help your estate avoid probate, in multiple states!