Problems arising under decedents' estates, joint tenancy, and creditor's rights were greatly increased by the 1955 enactment of Section 30-624 of the Nebraska Revised Statutes. This statute is peculiar to Nebraska, and for this reason judicial determinations from other states are of very little value in solving the problems arising under this act. The purpose of this article is to review these problems in the light of Nebraska law and court decisions as an aid to their solution.

I. Introduction

II. Legislative History

III. Jurisdiction and Constitutionality

IV. Effect on Joint Tenancy … A. Effect on the Land … B. Effect on the Survivor

V. Bank and Savings & Loan Accounts

VI. Effect on Decedents’ Estates

VII. Conclusion