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Zaritsky on Tenancy by the Entireties Joint Revocable Trusts

This Special Report discusses how, in states that permit the ownership of property as tenants by the entirety, the significant creditor protection benefits afforded such ownership can be extended to property owned in trust. Eight states already authorize this by statute, and a case from the Supreme Court in another state suggests that it may be a viable practice in states that lack such statutes.

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