Generally, transfers between parents and children are considered gifts -- unless
your child actually purchases the home from you. A quit claim deed can be used
There are basically three ways of "putting a child's name" on real estate: 1) an
outright gift; 2) a deed reserving a life estate; 3) a "transfer on death" deed.
The costs associated with a deed transfer will vary by state and by how the
transfer is accomplished. Filing a deed yourself may be the cheapest method, but
A quitclaim deed is a legal transfer of real estate ownership, usually between
family members, explains Nolo. A quitclaim deed records the names of the
Dec 11, 2012 ... I want to add the name of my daughter to the house deed. Would you be able to
tell me the pros and cons of this decision in terms of property ...
5 hours ago ... My kids are worth how much? .... If they do move into the house, their tax basis for
calculating the gain or loss on subsequent ... You sell the property to your son or
daughter for a relatively small down payment and carry a note ...
Sep 8, 2016 ... Some believe adding their children's names to their deed is a way to ... that your
child will owe capital gains taxes when the house is later sold.
Apr 19, 2014 ... Q: My wife passed away recently. The property was in our joint names. I want to
type a warranty or quitclaim deed, and transfer property to my ...
Jul 8, 2014 ... I am an adult child and my elder parent would like to transfer their ... A parent can
also transfer a property to a child via a "Lady Bird" deed.
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no longer want my daughter's name on the title to my house.