deeds for real property

Quitclaim Deed

A Deed is a legal document used to transfer real estate from one person or entity to another. With a Quitclaim Deed, the "Grantor" (the seller) relinquishes, or quits, all of his or her claim to the property, but makes no warranty or claims about the property. Common uses of Quitclaim deeds are:

  • Transferring property between related persons or family members.
  • Funding a trust for estate planning.
  • Settling title disuptes.
  • Transferring property to one spouse in a divorce.
1 Step One 1
Complete the online interview.
1 Step Two 1
Print your Deed yourself or receive by mail.
1 Step Three 1
Follow the instructions to sign a Deed in your state.
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