Joint tenancy is one of the most common ways for married couples to hold title to their property. My March 5th Blog post drew attention to 9 hazards of joint tenancy. This Blog addresses joint tenancy difficulties from another perspective: when parents add one or more of their children to the title of their home, a practice that is quite common in my local area. Read on to learn more.
About Tab Artis
Tab Artis became an attorney the old-fashioned way: he read the law in the solitude of the early morning hours before work as a full-time paralegal, and late into the night after his family had gone to bed. Despite having never enrolled in law school, Mr. Artis fulfilled the requirements of the California State Bar, and did what few think or even dare to do: sit for the California Bar Exam without having attended law school. Between November 1997 and November 2007, only eight people had taken the California Bar Exam without a law degree and passed on the first try. Mr. Artis is one of those eight people.