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Many people call Stross Law Firm, P.A. because they want to add a joint owner to their real estate property in order to avoid probate. However, over almost 40 years of practice, attorney Howard Stross has encountered several problems which can occur when you add joint owners to your real estate property which he discusses in this video.

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