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quick claim deeds

Posted on: 06th Jan, 2007 12:48 pm
I am on a deed of property in my name only i want to get a quick claim deed so i can put my husband and childre on the title too. do you have quick claim deeds?
hi johnson,

welcome to mortgagefit forum.

i can provide you with the format of a quit claim deed which you can use for your purpose.

you can use the format provided on this page: http://www.wsba.org/info/x-12c.pdf

colin
Posted on: 06th Jan, 2007 12:55 pm
Hi Phyjohnson,

Quit claim deed is one of the simplest methods of transferring property interest to someone else or include them a part owners.

For that you will have to properly fill up the quit claim deed as per the format given in the page Colin has mentioned and then with the help of an attorney have it notarized and recorded at the county recorder's office.

If you need more information on how to correctly formulate the quit claim deed so as to include all the necessary details and how it should be recorded then please go through this page: Procedure for creating a quit claim deed.

Thanks
Blue
Posted on: 06th Jan, 2007 01:13 pm
Hi Johnson,

We do not offer forms on quit claim. What Colin has provided you with is a standard form. But the format of the quit claim varies depending upon the property owner's requirements. And, I shall suggest that take the help of an attorney in preparing your deed.

You may have to shell out dollars but then things will be perfectly fine if the legal terms and conditions are properly included in the deed.

Thanks,

Caron.
Posted on: 07th Jan, 2007 03:22 am
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