Your real estate can be included in your estate plan a few different ways:
- You can leave specific pieces of real estate to particular beneficiaries in the Specific Distribution section by selecting "property located at a specific address" and listing the address of the property.
- If the property is owned by an entity, such as an LLC, you should leave ownership of the entity as a specific distribution by selecting the "privately held business" option in the Specific Distribution section and entering the name of the business that owns the property.
- You can leave whatever home you own at the time you pass away to particular beneficiaries by selecting "primary residence at the time of my death" in the Specific Distribution section. This will let you leave the residence to the beneficiaries you list even if you move to a new home after you sign your estate plan.
- You can leave your real estate to the beneficiaries of the remainder of your estate by not specifically referencing your real estate in your estate plan.