Johannes v. Idol, et al., 181 P.3d 574 (Kan. Ct. App. 2008)

(deeds to property executed in 1967 that reserved a life estate, held to be valid even though deeds not recorded prior to death and subsequent will attempted to devise subject property to different person than grantees; will not offered for probate; deeds delivered to some of the grantees constituted constructive delivery to other; placement of deeds in safety deposit box to which grantor had no access showed grantor’s intent to divest self of title to property upon execution of deeds, thus transfers effective).