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Transfer on Death Deeds: Uses & Consequences - 219362

Transfer on Death Deeds
In July 2013 the new Transfer on Death law took effect in Virginia. A Real Property owner may pass on a parcel of real estate to a designee without probate, without limiting the owners right to transfer, encumber, or sell the property during his lifetime. This presentation will explore the use of ToD and its consequences for the title industry.

Fredericks & Stephens P.C. was established in 1980 in Fairfax, Virginia, to serve the needs of individuals and small business in the Northern Virginia community. Robert L. Fredericks, Jr. was born in St. Louis, Missouri, raised in New Jersey, and has been a resident of Northern Virginia for the last 40 years. He is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center and Holy Cross College. Mr. Fredericks is admitted to practice in Virginia and the District of Colombia. He has an extensive history of trial and appellate work in all levels of Virginia and District of Colombia federal and state courts.

The focus of Fredericks & Stephens P.C. practice is transactional real estate and family law. These frequently include: Sales contracts, deeds, loan documentation, 1031 exchanges, boundary disputes, title questions, and formation of small business entities; and family law matters such as adoption, custody, visitation, matrimonial law, and estate planning.

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