Florida Correction Deed

Includes:

  • 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. 

$299

Florida correction deeds prepared by QuickDeeds.com are as accurate as they are affordable.

We’ll ensure that your Florida correction deed is compliant with state and county laws and regulations and that the document is ready for both the notary and the recorder.

A Florida correction deed is needed when errors in the previously recorded deed, such as a misspelled name or a mistake in the legal description of the property, are discovered.

The public record can only be corrected with newly drafted legal documentation.

Small details may not seem very important today, but these could cause serious trouble down the line, especially when you decide to sell the property. Information that doesn’t match up could make a mortgage company wary of lending and it may become difficult to find a buyer.

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A Florida Correction Deed is a legal document used to correct minor mistakes. These may include misspelled names, errors in the description of the property, and other important details. It does not in any way alter the warranties and ownership granted in the previously recorded deed. A Florida correction deed simply removes defects from an existing title without passing title in and of itself. As soon as a deed is recorded, it becomes part of the permanent public record. If an error is later discovered, it can only be amended with newly drafted and signed legal documentation, such as a correction deed. Small details like an incorrect middle initial or a transposed lot number may not seem very important, but these could cause serious trouble down the line, especially when you decide to sell the property. Information that doesn’t match up could make a mortgage company wary of lending and it may become difficult to find a buyer. You Can Use a Florida Correction Deed When: A name has been misspelled Marital status was listed incorrectly There is an error in the legal description of the property The deed was not signed by all parties Deed signatures were not properly witnessed according to state law Florida correction deeds prepared by QuickDeeds.com are as accurate as they are affordable. Our attorneys will get to work quickly to make your transaction as seamless as possible. We ensure that your deed is compliant with state and county laws and regulations, and that the document is ready for both the notary and the recorder. If a Florida correction deed is the right fit for your unique situation, you can get started by filling out our simple form and scheduling a consultation with our team. One of our professional real estate attorneys will assess your property transaction to ensure you get the legal document that best suits your needs.

How It Works

Step 1

Search, find and select your deed, notice, and affidavit for real estate.

Unsure of the deed you need?

Click here, schedule a consultation, and let our real estate attorneys help you decide.

Step 2

Create an account, fill out a quick form, and then schedule your paid 15-minite attorney consultation.

Step 3

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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