Florida Quitclaim 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

Quitclaim deeds prepared by QuickDeeds.com are as accurate as they are affordable.

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

A quitclaim deed is the simplest way to transfer property from one owner (the grantor) to another (the grantee).

This legal document conveys whatever interest the grantor has in a piece of property without any warranties or guarantees; any property transferred through a quitclaim deed is given “as-is”. Quitclaim deeds are most often used for property transfers that do not involve any money-changing hands.

Use a quitclaim to transfer property from one family member to another, move property into a revocable living trust, add or remove a spouse to a property title after a marriage or divorce, and more.

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A Quitclaim Deed is the simplest way to transfer property from one owner (the grantor) to another (the grantee). This legal document conveys whatever interest the grantor has in a piece of property without any warranties or guarantees; therefore any property transferred through a quitclaim deed is given “as-is”.

A quitclaim deed can also be drafted without a title search or title insurance. Quitclaim deeds are most often used for land and home transfers that do not involve any money-changing hands.

This type of deed would not likely be deemed acceptable by a financial institution that is lending the funds for a mortgage. See below for the most common uses of a quitclaim deed.

You Can Use a Quitclaim Deed to:

  • Transfer property from one family member to another, often between parents and children or between siblings
  • Move the property into (or out of) a revocable living trust
  • In the event of a marriage, add a spouse to the property title
  • In the event of a divorce, remove a spouse from the property title
  • Transfer ownership to a corporation or an LLC
  • To clear a defect on the title (such as a missing signature or a misspelled name in the public record)

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 recording department.

If a quitclaim 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.

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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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