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Book a 15-minute quick attorney consult for $350, and the deed preparation is free.

Serving all of Florida's 67 counties and the District of Columbia by phone or zoom. Third-party fees will be charged separately, such as recording, taxes, or estoppel fees.

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Common Attorney-Prepared Deeds

Quitclaim Deed

A quitclaim deed is a legal instrument that’s used to transfer interest in real property. The entity or individual transferring its rights is called the grantor, and when all requirements are met, a quit claim deed transfers any interest the grantor has in the property to a recipient, called the grantee.

General Warranty Deed

A General warranty deed is a type of deed where the grantor guarantees that he or she holds clear title to a piece of real estate and has a right to sell it to the grantee and usually includes titles insurance. In contrast to a quitclaim deed, where the seller does not guarantee that he or she holds title to a piece of real estate.

Special Warranty Deed

A special warranty deed is a type of deed where the grantor provides a limited guarantee that there are no lien, encumbrances, or claims on the property during the time of the grantors’ ownership. This does not guarantee claims from prior owners.

Correction Deed

A correction deed is used for minor mistakes, such as misspellings and omissions, or to correct obvious errors in the property description by recording updated information on what was originally recorded with inaccurate data or records.

Lady Bird Deed

A ladybird or enhanced life estate deed will pass your property automatically upon passing away without any further action needed from you, this type of deed is a common tool used by estate planners.

Affidavit of Deed

An affidavit of deed is a sworn legal statement attesting to a matter relating to the deed of ownership, typically for property. These documents are filed with county courthouses who maintain property records in order to keep these accurate and up-to-date.

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Our in-house attorneys consult with and prepare every deed to ensure the act is correctly-prepared, executed, and recorded in your county quickly, by quick we mean 24-48 hours after receiving the notarized deed.

Meet our Attorneys

Andrew David Easler, Esq.

Managing Attorney

Colleen Hardin

Legal Assistant

Jennifer Altreche, Esq.

Associate Attorney

Thomas Patricks

Legal Research Assistant

How It Works

Our Quick Process

Electronic notaries and recordings may not be available in counties or states. County recording fees, transfer and estopple fees or taxes are determined based on the amount of consideration. These third-party fees are not included and will be billed separately.

1

Quick Consultation

Our real estate attorneys provide a quick 15-minute consultation by phone or zoom to make sure you choose the right deed and answers any questions.

2

Prepare the Deed

After your quick attorney consultation, we start by review the previously recorded deed, begin drafting the new deed.

3

Notarize the Deed

The deed is drafted and sent back for one final review. Once approved, the deed is notarized by an online or physical notary.

4

Recording of Deed

Once the deed is notarized, we record the deed using our e-filing system. e-file may not be available in all counties or states.

5

Deed Mailed to You

After the deed is e-filed, we mail it to you. If the deed is recorded using physical mail, we will mail the deed when it has been received.

6

Resort Estoppel

Resort estoppel are only for timeshare deeds. Extra charges may apply and will be billed separately.

7

Transfer Notification

Resort transfer notifications are for timeshares only. Extra charges may apply and will be billed separately.

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Pricing & Comparison

We charge $350 for a 15-minute quick consult and our attorneys will prepare and file the deed for free.

Plus any third-party fees such as but not limited to country recording, transfer fees, or taxes.

Comparison
QuickDeeds.com®
The Others
Attorney Consultation
Yes
Optional (Extra $)
Attorney Prepared Deed
Yes
No
Electronic Notary
Yes*
No
Resort Estoppel
Yes
No
Electronic Deed Recording
Yes*
No
Return of Deed
Yes
Yes
Resort Transfer Notificaiton
Yes
Maybe

*Electronic notary and e-recording may not be available in all states or counties.

Our attorneys draft, review, and advise on deeds of all kinds for buyers, sellers, and others who transfer property.

Buying, selling, or transferring ownership of property is a complex process full of hidden pitfalls that can spell disaster if not properly executed. It is critical that those who sign on deeds understand the difference between deed types, how to take title, county recording requirements, and generally what they can and cannot do. Although deed form templates can be found in several places online, free or “cheap” templates can be much more expensive in the long run if the deed is drafted, executed, or recorded improperly.

At QuickDeeds.com our attorneys review prior deeds, ask questions during our quick consultations, and then prepare a new deed that is ready to execute and record at your local recording offices.

Remember, we don’t just sell you deed forms, our attorneys review the current deed on file at the recorder office, determine your need during our consultation, and then prepare a deed that you can execute, notarize and file at your local recording office.

Our customized deeds are formatted for each of Florida’s 67 counties.

When you transfer ownership in a piece of property, you want to make sure that the deed, the document responsible for changing title, is in compliance with both your state’s laws and the rules in the county where it will be recorded.

The problem is, deed forms, execution requirements, and recording guidelines vary from county to county. These guidelines and rules aren’t always easy to locate and may be confusing.

We have solved this problem by utilizing a competent team of attorneys to verify your needs, draft, review, and help you with a deed that is notary and recorder ready!

Not all real estate attorneys who review and prepare deeds are the same.

Buying, selling, or transferring property is one of the biggest decisions an individual can ever make. That’s why it is critically important to consult with a competent real estate attorney who can help you avoid problems in real estate transactions by consulting with you, learning your needs, reviewing your current deed, and then helping you choose and draft a deed that is ready for notarization and recording.

When you’re ready to start the process, choose a deed type, schedule a consultation with an attorney, and we’ll get to work – oh, and don’t worry, we can always change the deed type after your attorney consultation if necessary.

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Our consultations provide potential clients with valuable legal advice and information because the attorney assigned to your consultation will take time to review the information you provide before your consultation. This preparation allows our attorneys to deliver excellent value for your time.