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Arizona Affidavit of Succession to Interest in Community Property with Right of Survivorship

Arizona Affidavit of Succession to Interest in Community Property with Right of Survivorship Information

Arizona law allows married couples to hold title to real estate as community property with right of survivorship (A.R.S. 33-431). With this type of ownership, the property becomes a shared marital asset; if one spouse dies, the other gains full rights to the title automatically, by function of law.

Use this form to enter the transfer of full property rights to the surviving spouse of a married couple who owned Arizona real estate as community property with right of survivorship.

Deeds.com Arizona Affidavit of Succession to Interest in Community Property with Right of Survivorship Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Thursday December 23, 2021

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