Quitclaim Deeds in California
Transferring property? Retain Attorney Shelley Rios!
Real estate often has numerous variables involved and even if you own a
piece of property, it is not uncommon to make changes to the land that
you own. Under certain circumstances, your desire to make changes may
require you to use a quitclaim deed. While these deeds are fairly simple
to fill out, knowing when to use one can be complex and often warrants
the counsel and knowledge of a Burbank real estate lawyer.
Attorney Shelley Rios has nearly 20 years of experience providing clients
with legal assistance they can trust. As you navigate the complexities
of real estate law, Attorney Rizzotti is equipped to walk alongside you
and provide seamless representation every step of the way.
How do I know if I need a quitclaim deed?
The process of buying and selling real estate often entails numerous transactions
related to the transferring of ownership. A quitclaim deed is directly
related to ownership transfers when the property is not actually being
sold. Oftentimes, quitclaim deeds are used when property is being transferred
amongst family members.
The following scenarios may require the use of a quitclaim deed:
- Property owner gets married and wants to add the spouse to the title
- Property owners divorce and one spouse wants to be removed from the title
- Grandparents are gifting property to their grandchildren
- Property is being put into a family trust
Most quitclaim deeds require specific information before they’re
considered valid. This information includes the grantor and grantee names,
a legal description of the property, the county where the property was
purchase, and signatures of both a notary public and the grantor.
Retain an Experienced Burbank Real Estate Lawyer
Even when there is no money involved, real estate transactions should not
be taken lightly. It is important to carefully handle each aspect of the
transaction to ensure its validity and legality. The firm has the experience
you need to help you feel confident in your ownership transfer.
Schedule your free consultation with Attorney Shelley Rios today to get started!