Florida Ladybird 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

Nicknamed for President Lyndon B. Johnson’s wife, Claudia Alta “Lady Bird”, the Florida Ladybird Deed can be a valuable addition to estate planning practices.

This legal document allows a homeowner to pass their home on to a beneficiary upon death while retaining their rights of ownership prior to their passing. The property would then avoid probate and be received by the named beneficiary without any further action needed at the time of the original owner’s death.

Schedule an appointment with QuickDeeds.com today and we will quickly and accurately prepare your Florida ladybird deeds within 24 hours of your consultation.

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Nicknamed for President Lyndon B. Johnson’s wife, Claudia Alta “Lady Bird”, the Florida Ladybird Deed can be a valuable addition to estate planning practices. This legal document allows a homeowner to pass their home on to a beneficiary while retaining their rights of ownership until their passing.

By using a Florida ladybird deed, a homeowner can transfer property to someone else while remaining in – and retaining full control of – their residence during their lifetime. The property would then avoid probate and be received by the named beneficiary without any further action needed at the time of the original owner’s death.

While the beneficiary will receive the home’s title at the time of the owner’s passing, they have no right to it while the owner still lives. The owner may sell or rent as they see fit, and can even cancel the Florida ladybird deed or change its beneficiary.

Florida ladybird deeds have several benefits:

Allows the grantor to remain in their home with continued homestead protection Grantor retains full control of their property until their passing Seamlessly transfers property onto the beneficiary, avoiding probate May avoid the property being subject to a federal gift tax

QuickDeeds.com can quickly and accurately prepare your Florida ladybird deeds within 24 hours of your consultation. Our attorneys will ensure that your deed is compliant with Florida state and county laws and regulations and that the document is ready for both the notary and your county’s recording department.

Is a Florida ladybird deed right fit for your unique situation? Get started by filling out our simple form and scheduling a consultation with our team. One of our professional real estate attorneys will help you determine which legal document best suits your needs and then draft it with accuracy and speed.

How It Works

Step 1

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

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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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