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Transfer to Beneficiary -- TOD-110

Completing the Change of Property Rights from a Wisconsin Transfer on Death Deed

When a grantor/owner of real estate under a Wisconsin transfer on death deed dies, the named beneficiary or beneficiaries gain the rights to the property by function of law. Even though this transfer is, in theory, automatic, the best way to ensure accurate and up-to-date ownership records is to file a completed and notarized transfer on death to beneficiary form TOD-110 with the register of deeds for the county where the land is located. By recording this document, the new owner formalizes the transfer and provides public notice of the new status.

Deeds.com Wisconsin Transfer on Death to Beneficiary Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Thursday August 15, 2019

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Wisconsin Transfer on Death to Beneficiary Form