How to Remove Name from Deed?


In order to remove a person's name from a deed, you have to fill out a quitclaim deed form. Fill out this form without the person's name on it and have the form notarized. Then file the form down at the county clerk's office.
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1. Determine if fraud or misinformation was involved when you signed the quitclaim deed. If you can prove that the transfer of your ownership was invalid, you may be able to convince
1. Obtain a copy of the deed and determine how the property is titled. If the decedent does not have a copy of the deed, one can be obtained from the county recorder’s office
Buy the property from them. You can't remove them from the deed without compensation of some type, and they have to sign the deed giving up their rights to that property. They can
My condolences on your loss. I think you're mixing up a few terms here and it's making it difficult to understand your question. If your mother passed away then any power of attorney
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To remove a name from a deed, the person whose name is being removed must sign a quitclaim deed and file it with the county recorder's office. If their name is also on the mortgage, you will likely have to refinance in order to remove the name. You can find out more information here:
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