New Mexico Transfer on Death Deed Forms
Avoid probate of your real estate property upon your death with these New Mexico Transfer on Death Deed Forms.
- The Transfer on Death Deed (also called a Beneficiary Deed or a TOD) must be signed and registered with the Recorder's Office before the original owner passes away.
- Even though the property is deed into the beneficiary's name, the original owner still has rights to the property and can do whatever he or she pleases with the property until the time of his or her death, without the beneficiary's permission.
- The package also includes a Revocation of Transfer on Death Deed, in case you want to cancel the Transfer on Death Deed after it has been filed.
- These New Mexico Transfer on Death Deed Forms are easy to use. Fill them in, sign them, and have them notarized before recording the Deed with the County Recorder.
Last Updated: 05-October-2020