How do I Change Title on my House?

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To change any information on a title on your house you will need to fill out a Quit Claim Deed form and have it notarized. Next you will need to take the form notarized and filled out to the County Clerk and Recorder where the information will be recorded. When you fill out the Quit Claim Deed form that is where you will change or add information. You will notice a section for the old information and a section for the new information.
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