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.
Dec 9, 2011 ... My mother has my sister and myself on the deed to her town house. .... If after my
daughter on the deed, there was any lien to the property due ...
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 ...
Aug 13, 2011 ... When you ask yourself "Should I put my children on the title of my house," ... After
you have added a child to the deed of your property, they ...
Oct 11, 2008 ... Q. Is it a good idea to deed our house to one of our children, ... If, for example,
your daughter is in a 30 percent tax bracket, she ... X My Profile.
If the children sell the house, they will have to pay capital gains taxes on the
difference ... My mother-in-law transferred the deed to her house to her son-in-
law and daughter ... Can I sell my home to my daughter for say $5 without being
Jun 30, 2009 ... My 90 year old father wants to quit-claim his residence to me. ... all ownership to
the children, the parents deed the property to the child and the ...
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
Aug 3, 2013 ... So you aren't avoiding any tax by adding your daughter's name. If it's not your ...
The deed to the house is still under my name. I do have a will ...