How do you change the name on a deed from a deceased parent to your name?
If the parent dies with a will, the estate must clear probate, first, which could take time and money. After the Probate is cleared then a Quit Claim Deed from the personal representative of the estate to the rightful benificary of the will. can be filed in the County Clerks office, the house is then transferred. However, the benificary will be responsible for the increased value of the home. If the parent died with a Revocable Livng Trust and the house was properly titled in the trust's name , the the successor trustee would transfer the house via a Quit Claim Deed. This is of minimum costs (the preperation of the deed and the County recorder's filing fee.) And with the Trust there is no monies for the benificaries to pay for the property value increase.
How do you change the name on a deed from a deceased parent if there is no will but your name is on deed?
If your name is on the deed as a "joint tenant" grantee, then the surviving joint tenant(s) automatically become the owners and no probate is involved. This is a common method for bypassing the cost and complexity of probate. If your name is on the deed as a "tenant in common" grantee with the deceased, then their partial ownership must be probated to determine who will receive ownership of it (i.e., according to the state…
How do you change the name on a deed of a deceased person in will to person who inherits in Indiana?
To remove a deceased person from the Deed, you will need to go to a title company. Bring the Death Certificate to show the part is deceased, then they will prepare a new deed to be filed with the county. (anyone else who was on the original title will need to be present for the new Deed) Make sure anyone who will be on the new title brings a valid form of identification.
Can a wife take her marriage license to the courthouse and have her name put on a house deed and have her husbands deceased wifes name taken off?
The estate must be probated and the probate process will vest title in the heirs-at-law. Once the estate has been probated the heirs can execute a deed to themselves. If the heirs wish to change the title prior to the completion of the probate procedure, or the administer can execute the deed, citing the probate, if they obtain a license to sell the real estate from the court (laws vary in different jurisdictions). However, waiting…
How can you change your name on a Deed when there is another person is on the deed you just want your name change to another person?
Where do you go to change the name on property deed of a deceased person to the heirs in South Carolina?
What rights to the adult children have when it comes to property purchase by the children but willed to a friend?
That will depend on the names on the property deed or registration. If we are talking about gifts of electronics or other items, there is none. If it is a piece of real property (land or house), the deed will control. If the only name on the deed is that of the deceased, the adult children have no say and the deceased can do what they wish with it.
A deed poll is a kind of legal document that proves that you've changed your name . Deed polls are used in the UK, Ireland, and some other Commonwealth countries. In the UK, there is no central identity database, and so changing your name is just a matter of adopting the new name. However government agencies such as the passport office and DVLA will need to see a deed poll as proof. A deed poll…
If the deceased left his home to a certain person and her name is already on the deed does she just take over the loan?
Do you have sole ownership of home if husband is deceased and quit claim puts his and your name on the deed?
You should consult with an attorney who specializes in real estate law. The attorney will need to do the following: review your situation check the title held by you and your deceased wife record the necessary documentation to clear the title draft a new deed to you and your present wife that establishes the proper tenancy
Can a judge issue a name change for a minor child if the non custodial parent has been in and out of prison?
The custodial parent can submit a petition for a name change. The reason can be explained and a judge will consider the request. The judge has the power to allow the change of name. The custodial parent can submit a petition for a name change. The reason can be explained and a judge will consider the request. The judge has the power to allow the change of name. The custodial parent can submit a petition…
Check with your local recorder. But, probably you'll need the death certificate and a notation "with right of survival" with your name on the present deed. Either that, or be named on the will as the owner. Answer If you inherited the property, the estate must be probated in order for legal title to pass to you. If you want to have a new deed drafted in your name you need to consult with an…
If your name has changed you do not need to change it on your deed. After the change you may legally sign documents by signing. "Sarah Graham, formerly known as Sarah Clark". It may also be stated as Sarah Clark, now known as Sarah Graham. You would always sign by using your new name. You could legally execute a mortgage or deed using that method. To change your deed you can also execute a quitclaim…
What if you were married to the deceased and he got land during the marriage but only his name in on the deed and you r still married when he dies?
That would depend on where you live. In states that recognise community property it does not matter if your name is on the deed, if you purchase the property during the marriage it is community property and both own it equally. In states that do not recognise community property, if his name is the only one on the deed, then it belongs only to him.
I think you might have meant "Grant Deed", not "Grand". It is something that means you are given rights to own a certain property. Not sure of the EXACT definition though. * A grant deed is the common type of deed used to transfer property from the seller to the buyer (or company) or inherited property from the name of deceased to the beneficiary and so forth.