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www.thebalance.com/adding-children-to-deed-3505418

Jul 1, 2017 ... Some believe adding their child's names to a deed is a way to avoid probate, but this can lead to unintended consequences. Learn how to add ...

rodgers-associates.com/newsletters/risks-adding-child-homes-deed

Aug 11, 2016 ... Many people think adding a child to their deed is a good way to avoid taxes, probate or to cover expenses. Here's why it might not be a good ...

www.atlaslawoffice.com/is-putting-your-children-on-your-deed-or-bank-account-a-good-idea

Jul 1, 2016 ... Adding Children's Names to Your Property ... It is very common for parents to put their children's names on their bank accounts, deeds, and ...

homeguides.sfgate.com/can-transfer-deed-house-kids-before-die-50431.html

Transferring the deed of the house to a child is easy to accomplish with a quitclaim or other deed, ... The most common method parents use to transfer title to their children is the quitclaim deed. ... How Do I Add Someone to My House Deed?

www.thinkglink.com/2012/12/11/adding-childrens-names-house-deeds

Dec 11, 2012 ... Adding your children's names to your house title and deed can affect your property taxes, income taxes and real estate taxes. Talk to an estate ...

homeguides.sfgate.com/gift-tax-implications-putting-children-quitclaim-deed-63221.html

Parents adding children to the house deed may have gift tax implications if the value of the home exceeds IRS limits.

www.brighthub.com/money/home-buying/articles/97625.aspx

Aug 13, 2011 ... For those who are considering adding their children to their home title via a quit claim deed, you should understand the potential legal and tax ...

www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/02/18/AR2010021806662.html

Feb 20, 2010 ... Sometimes the question is asked by an elderly parent who wants to add an adult child or grandchild to the deed in an attempt to make sure the ...

www.inman.com/2012/12/26/think-twice-adding-childrens-names-title

Dec 26, 2012 ... Our questions: (1) Would they also go on the mortgage or just the deed? (2) If our son is on the mortgage or the deed, will this jeopardize his ...