Although TIC is a form of joint ownership, be sure you know the consequences before titling your property in this manner. TIC assets are required to go through the probate process, and there are no rights of survivorship. So, unless the deceased individual's will says the property should pass to the surviving owner, the property will go to the estate.
TOD and JTWROS registrations, however, will avoid probate. The entire asset will pass to the named beneficiary (in the case of TOD) or to the joint owner (in the case of JTWROS) at the owner's death.