Tangible Property

By: Martin M. Shenkman, CPA, MBA, JD

Real estate, equipment, and furniture are examples of tangible property. Where you own tangible property in a state other than the one in which you permanently reside (i.e., where you are domiciled), it will be subject to ancillary probate on your death. An LLC, partnership, or corporation can avoid this.

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