Wyoming has authorized the transfer of real estate at death with transfer-on-death deeds. (Wyo. Stat. sections 2-18-101 and following.) This avoids the need for the real estate to go through probate at your death. You sign and record the deed now, but it doesn't take effect until your death. You can revoke the deed or sell the property at any time; the beneficiary you name on the deed has no rights until your death.