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Joint tenants by the entirety

• Is a method of joint ownership. It is allowed for married couples only. There are issues relating to assets and liabilities. This form of ownership may offer some protection for the innocent spouse against creditor claims.

 
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Joint and survivor annuity
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Joint tenancy
Joint tenants in common
Joint tenants with rights of survivorship
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Qualified joint and survivor annuity

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