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Deleting a Spouse from a Property Deed

Gateville Law Firm and Sean Robertson assist people transfer property deeds in Naperville and surrounding areas.  Deleting a Spouse From a Property Deed is required for a variety of reasons.  First, people remove a spouse from a property deed when they refinance their house for finance purposes.  Often, deleting a spouse from a property deed is required when a loan modification or refinance situation occurs because one spouse has better credit.

Second, deleting a spouse from a property deed is also required when spouses divorce.  Typically, a divorce judgment or otherwise called a judgment for dissolution of marriage require one spouse to remove the other spouse’s name from the property deed in a certain time period.  Third, deleting an ex-spouse is required when a spouse has deceased.  Real estate transfers are often difficult without the assistance of a real estate attorney.

SKILLED NAPERVILLE REAL ESTATE TRANSFER ATTORNEY FOR PROPERTY DEEDS

Sean Robertson is an experienced real estate attorney with over 15 years of experience.  Attorney Robertson assists families remove family members from real estate title such as deleting a spouse from a property deed.  Attorney Robertson is passionate about assisting people with their real estate transfer needs.  Attorney Robertson is well-versed in property transfers involving deleting a spouse from a property deed or adding a spouse to a property deed.

AFFORDABLE QUIT CLAIM DEED ATTORNEY IN NAPERVILLE FOR PROPERTY TRANSFERS

In conclusion, Sean Robertson and Gateville Law Firm concentrate in property transfers and deleting a spouse from a property deed.  In other words, a person desires to transfer one’s property interest to themselves.  The real estate transfer process is often called a Quit Claim Deed.  A Quit Claim Deed transfers a person’s interests in property to another person.  A Quit Claim Deed Attorney is often required when a party wants to add a person or persons to real estate title or delete a spouse from a property deed.  Attorney Robertson may be reached at 630-780-1034.  We assist families in the Naperville, Wheaton, Aurora, and Lisle areas with their real estate transfer needs.

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