Arrange for your real estate property to pass to a beneficiary upon your death and avoid probate with these Missouri Transfer on Death Deed Forms.
- The Transfer on Death Deed (also called a Beneficiary Deed or a TOD) is signed and filed with the Recorder's Office before the original owner passes away.
- Although the deed is re-titled in the beneficiary's name at this time, the original owner still has rights to the property and can do whatever he or she pleases with the property until the time of his or her death, without the permission of the beneficiary.
- The package also includes a Revocation of Transfer on Death Deed, in the event you want to cancel the Transfer on Death Deed after it has been filed.
These Missouri Transfer on Death Deed Forms are downloadable and easy to use.
Space Above Reserved For Recorder Of Deeds Certification Title of Document: Transfer on Death Deed Date of Document: Grantor(s) Name(s): Grantor(s) Mailing Address(es): Grantee(s) Name(s): Grantee(s) Mailing Address(es): Legal Description of Property: Reference Book and Page: -2- TRANSFER ON DEATH DEED THIS INDENTURE made the ___ day of ____________, 20___ by and between ___________________________, married unmarried, whose mailing address is ______________________________________ [insert address], hereinafter referred to as “the Grantor”, and ________________________ and _______________________ [insert name of grantee beneficiary], married unmarried, whose mailing address is ______________________________________ [insert address], hereinafter referred to as “the Grantee Beneficiary”. WITNESSETH THAT, in consideration of the sum of TEN DOLLARS ($10.00) and other good and valuable consideration, cash in hand paid, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, Grantor does hereby convey unto the Grantee Beneficiary, effective upon my death, the following lots, tracts or parcels of lands and property, together with all improvements located thereon, lying in ________________________ County, State of Missouri: [Describe Property] Prior instrument reference: Book __________, Page _________, Document Number ________ of the Public Records of the District Recorder of ________________________ County, State of Missouri This transfer on death deed is revocable. It does not transfer any ownership until the death of Grantor. It revokes all prior beneficiary designations by Grantor for interest in real estate. SUBJECT to all easements, rights of way, protective covenants and mineral reservations of record, if any. TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the same together with all the rights, immunities, privileges and appurtenances to the same belonging unto the said Grantee Beneficiary, and to their heirs and assigns, forever; the Grantor hereby covenanting that said premises are free and clear of any encumbrances and that Grantor and Grantor’s successors, executors, and administrators shall and will warrant and defend the title to the premises, unto the said Grantee, and to the heirs and assigns of the Grantee, against the lawful claims of all persons whomsoever. WITNESS the Grantor’s hand this the _____ day of ______________, _______. Signature of Grantor Print Name – -3- STATE OF MISSOURI ___________________ COUNTY OF __________________________ On the _____ day of ______________, _______, before me, the undersigned Notary Public, personally appeared ____________
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