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Deed Selection Consultation
- 15-Minute quick consult with attorney
- Our attorneys prepare the document for free.
- Formatted to meet county recording requirements.
- Documents delivered ready for notary, witnesses, and county recorder within 24-hours after your consultation.
When you are buying, selling, or transferring a property title, there are many things that you need to take into account.
This is especially true if the property you are interested in is a house, condo, or another type of real estate. One of the most critical steps in the process is working with a real estate attorney.
If you are unsure about the type of deed you need, our attorneys can help you decide and take the necessary steps, and they can also answer any questions you have about the process. We offer consultations for $299, and our attorneys will prepare a deed for free.
When transferring the title to a piece of property, it's essential to make sure that you are doing so in a way that will be best for you and your situation. This is where a real estate attorney can help.
Our attorneys can explain the various types of deeds available to you and help you choose the best work for your needs.
There are several different types of property deeds, and each has its benefits and drawbacks. The most common types of deeds are:
Quitclaim deed - A quitclaim deed transfers all ownership rights in the property to the person receiving the deed. It does not guarantee that the seller is the rightful owner of the property or that there are no defects.
Warranty deed - A warranty deed guarantees that the person selling the property is the rightful owner and that there are no liens or other claims against the property. It also guarantees that the property is free from any defects.
Special warranty deed - A special warranty deed offers some of the same protections as a warranty deed but only applies to any defects that occurred during the period when the current owner owned the property.
Transfer on death deed - A transfer on death deed allows the property to be transferred to a named beneficiary after the owner's death. The beneficiary must be listed on the deed and agree to accept the parcel.
Life estate deed - A life estate deed gives ownership of the property to another person for the duration of the owner's life. The property reverts to the original owner at the end of its life.
Fee simple deed - A fee simple deed is the most basic deed and gives the new owner full ownership rights to the property.
It's essential to understand the differences between these deeds before transferring property title. Your attorney can help you choose the one that will best meet your needs.
If you consider transferring property title, please schedule a quick consultation with one of our experienced real estate and title attorneys. We would be happy to help you navigate through this process and ensure that it is done correctly and in the best way for you.
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Create an account, fill out a quick form, and then schedule your paid 15-minite attorney consultation.
We will deliver a notary ready deed, notice or affidavit within 24 hours after you have provided all the necessary information
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