Deleting someone from title on a deed is necessary at times. There are major reasons why a person would want to remove a person or entity from a real estate deed. These are the type of situations where removing a person from a real estate deed is required:
- An Ex-Spouse has been awarded a property upon a dissolution of marriage
- A refinance situation where a spouse is deleted from a deed because the other spouse did not qualify, or the loan terms are more favorable with one spouse on the deed
- A person deceases to own the real estate property and should be deleted from the deed to accurately portray the real estate ownership
SKILLED AND EXPERIENCED REAL ESTATE TRANSFER ATTORNEYS SERVING PLAINFIELD AND SHOREWOOD ILLINOIS
Gateville Law Firm and Sean Robertson assist people with real estate transfers and property transfers. Often, people feel that they can handle their own quit claim deed transfers. In the last two weeks, I have encountered two people that have wrongfully prepared a quit claim deed. Wrongfully prepared quit claim deeds result in title issues and make it more difficult to sell or refinance one’s property interests.
One of the substantial reasons for deleting a person from title is a divorce situation. During a divorce, two spouses battle over property ownership. The judgment for dissolution of marriage is a written agreement, which explains the property ownership upon a death. Often, an ex-spouse has a period of time to delete an ex-spouse’s name from the deed. Sean Robertson and Gateville Law Firm assist homeowners with preparation of property transfers for a reasonable price.
AFFORDABLE REAL ESTATE ATTORNEYS FOR DELETING PERSONS FROM A DEED IN PLAINFIELD AND JOLIET
As Quit Claim Deed attorneys serving the Joliet, Shorewood, Aurora, and Plainfield areas, Gateville Law Firm and its’ real estate staff and professionals serve residents of the Will County area with their property transfer and real estate transfer legal needs. We are affordable and quality property transfer attorneys. Our Quit Claim Deed lawyers accurately and quickly prepare real estate deeds that delete persons from a house deed.
SKILLED AND QUALIFIED TRANSFER OF TITLE ATTORNEYS
When you must or want to transfer title to another person or delete a person from title, hiring a qualified property transfer attorney is necessary. As real estate transfer attorneys, Gateville Law Firm promptly will work with you to execute your wishes. Eliminating ownership rights usually involves removing a person’s name from a property deed. Regulations differ between cities and counties. Gateville Law Firm and Attorney Sean Robertson are skilled and experienced with conveying property interests to another person. A Quit Claim Deed is a deed used to convey or remove a person’s name from title of a house. Attorney Robertson may be reached at 630-780-1034.