Term:  Non-probate Assets

Non-probate Assets—some assets or property pass on death to designated beneficiaries (life insurance) or operation of law (joint ownership). Non-probate assets can be controlled by secondary (private) wills that do not need to be certified by courts. Non-probate assets can usually be transferred without paying EAT

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