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The Transfer on Death Deed (TODD) is a new legal tool that allows Texans to pass on real property efficiently and inexpensively while avoiding probate court. TODD is available to all Texas residents who own property located in Texas. You may transfer land, improvements, mineral and timber interests.  The beneficiary has NO interest in the property until you are deceased. It can also be revoked if you change your mind!
          Paul Zambie, The Managing Attorney for the Transfer on Death Deed Project at the Texas Legal Services Center will be holding a series of free presentations on March 8th, 9th & 10th at the following locations:
 
March 8th:
       9:00 a.m. – Lufkin: Lufkin City Hall, Rm 202, 300 E. Shepherd Ave.
       11:30 a.m. – Hemphill: East Sabine Nutrition Center, 561 Starr St.
       2:30 p.m. – San Augustine: Chamber of Commerce, 611 W. Columbia St.
 
March 9th:
       8:30 a.m. – Jasper: Jasper City Hall Council Chambers, 465 S. Main St.
       12:00 a.m. – Center: Shelby County Senior Nutrition Site, 124 Haley Dr.
       3:30 p.m. – Newton: Consolidated Health Care, 411 Kaufman St.
 
March 10th:
       10:00 a.m. – Livingston: Escapees RV Club, 100 Rainbow Dr.
 
          If you have any questions,  please call the Area Agency on Aging of Deep East Texas at (800) 256-6848.
         
 

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