Like so many things, community property with right of survivorship is another tool in the tool box that estate planning attorneys have at their disposal.
What does CPWROS stand for?
CPWROS stands for Community Property With Right of Survivorship (taxation)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A new title option for married couples, known as community property with right of survivorship (CPWROS), is intended as a "best of both worlds" hybrid between community property titling (CP) and joint tenancy with right of survivorship (JTWROS).
Beginning July 1, married couples can hold title to property as community property with right of survivorship.