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How does a parent go about giving real estate to their adult child?


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Answered 2006-09-05 16:51:03

If the owner of the property is legally competent to transfer the deed it is a very simple matter, contact the recorder's office in the county and state where the property is located to for information of the proper procedures.. If the person is not deemed legally competent it becomes a very complicated issue and the interested party will need to obtain legal representation for both sides.

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