Vesting Title To Property In California

The Los Angeles Times ran an article on June 21, 2009, which discussed in general terms the ways Californians can hold title to property. The Los Angeles Times described the following types of vesting:

Tenancy by the entirety
Tenancy in common
Joint tenancy with right of survivorship
Sole ownership
The Los Angeles Times could have added information about community property as well as “community property with a right of survivorship”.

To discuss which method is best for you, call an estate planning attorney. Call Mitchell A. Port at (310) 559-5259.