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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 it ...


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 ...


Mar 5, 2017 ... Some believe adding their children's names to their deed is a way to avoid probate after death, but this can lead ... Avoiding Probate by Adding Your Childs Name on the Deed of the House .... Can I Sell My Home for a $1.00?


Feb 22, 2017 ... This is a much better strategy than gifting your house to heirs while ... You sell the property to your son or daughter for a relatively small ..... They are struggling to maintain the property taxes and offering to deed it into my name ...


Nov 5, 2012 ... I Just Want to Put My Daughter's Name On My Deed ... things have changed and I no longer want my daughter's name on the title to my house.


How deeding property to children can help and hurt you. ... my mother and her husband added my nephew – a minor now age 16 – to their deed. ... Question: Can I register my two daughters as third and fourth owners of our house to avoid  ...


Quitclaim deeds transfer real estate titles between parents and children. Whether you're a ... The most current deed filed on record determines the owners of the property. ... What Are the Tax Consequences of Quitclaiming a Deed to My Son?


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 ...