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How do you remove your name from a deed?

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AnswerContact a real estate attorney and have them file a "quit claim deed" ClarificationYou remove yourself from ownership in the property by executing a deed that conveys your interest to a new owner or to the co-owner. Note that in the case of a mortgage, conveying your interest in the property will not remove you from your obligations under the mortgage.
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You can't unless it is your own name you want to "remove". If there was another grantee on your deed then they must convey their interest by deed.

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There is no 'form' to 'remove' a name off a deed. Rights in real property are transferred by virtue of a deed. The owner must execute a deed granting their rights in the property to a new owner.

You can't remove your name from a deed. After the foreclosure sale a foreclosure deed will be recorded from the lender to the new owner. Your deed will remain on record as part of the record history of the property.

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The only way to 'remove' your ex-husband's name from your deed is for him to sign a quitclaim deed that conveys his interest in the timeshare to you.

Only the person who owns an interest can remove herself from ownership. It is accomplished by a deed.

No. You cannot remove a spouse's name from a mortgage or a deed. If you want their interest in the property they must execute a deed voluntarily, transferring their interest to you. You may need to buy them out.No. You cannot remove a spouse's name from a mortgage or a deed. If you want their interest in the property they must execute a deed voluntarily, transferring their interest to you. You may need to buy them out.No. You cannot remove a spouse's name from a mortgage or a deed. If you want their interest in the property they must execute a deed voluntarily, transferring their interest to you. You may need to buy them out.No. You cannot remove a spouse's name from a mortgage or a deed. If you want their interest in the property they must execute a deed voluntarily, transferring their interest to you. You may need to buy them out.

Removing a name from a deed is fairly easy. However, if they are also on a mortgage on that property, it may not be allowed.

By refinancing the loan in your own name.

You cannot remove someone's name from a deed. You would need to persuade your son-in-law to convey his interest to you by a quitclaim deed.

No. In order to "remove your name" they would need to forge your name to a deed of conveyance. That would be a serious crime.

An owner of real property can remove their name from the title by executing a quitclaim deed that conveys their interest in the real property to someone else. The new deed must be recorded in the land records.

You can effectively remove your name from a deed by executing a quitclaim on the property. However, this doesn't release you from paying the debt. If you were hoping to stick somoene else with the bill, no, it doesn't work that way.

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Land can be removed from a trust by a deed from the trustee.

Their name does not need to be removed from the deed. Generally, all that's necessary is that you record a death certificate in the land records to clear the title.

The estate should take care of that change. It can be a simple as filing a copy of the death certificate with the deed.

How do you add a name to a deed

He must execute a quitclaim deed with you as the grantee.

After a persons death, the deed and a copy of the death certificate can be used to change the title if it was titled as "or". If the deed is titled as "and" it may be necessary to execute the will beofre changing the deed.

You need the spouse to sign a quit claim deed, which can be prepared by a title company or anyone that knows how to fill out the form.


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