Sean Robertson and Gateville Law Firm are experienced Quit Claim Deed attorneys experienced in real estate closings and real estate law. Sean Robertson is an experienced real estate attorney with over 15 years of legal experience. Sean Robertson is a graduate of DePaul University College of Law and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Do You Need to Meet with Us to Complete Your Quit Claim Deed?
No, most of the time we do not meet with clients when we prepare quit claim deeds. If you desire, we will be happy to meet with you. Generally, we need the address to the property, the marital status, and addresses of the parties involved in the Quit Claim Deed process. We also will need to know whether the home is your primary residence or investment property?
Most of the time, we can secure your last deed of record without a cost. We charge $225 in legal fees plus recording fees and costs to prepare your quit claim deed and have your quit claim deed recorded. Most of the time developing and filing a Quit Claim Deed costs around $275.
Sean Robertson and Gateville Law Firm help residents of Sugar Grove, Aurora, Montgomery, Warrenville, Wheaton, Naperville, Yorkville, Oswego, Plainfield, Batavia and St. Charles and nearby areas with their quitclaim deed needs. Sean Robertson is an experienced quit claim deed attorney that will prepare your quit claim deed in 24 to 48 hours. Our staff and attorneys are skilled and highly experienced in the preparation of quit claim deeds.
What is a Quit Claim Deed?
A Quit Claim Deed is the process of transferring legal title to a property to another party. Often, a Quit Claim Deed is required and needed in the following circumstances:
- A parent adding a child or children onto title;
- A spouse adding their spouse onto legal title;
- Removing a person or spouse from the legal title;
- A divorce action where one party will be buying the other party out;
- A boyfriend or significant other wanting to add another party to the legal title;
- A person that wants to transfer their real estate property to an LLC;
- A person that wants to transfer their legal title a Revocable Living Trust otherwise known as a “Declaration of Trust”; and
- A person refinancing their property and they need to add or remove a person or persons to legal title.
These are just a few reasons why people want to add or remove persons from legal property using a Quit Claim Deed.
SKILLED AND EXPERIENCED KANE COUNTY QUIT CLAIM DEED ATTORNEYS
Sean Robertson is an experienced real estate attorney that is available to assist residents of Kane County such as Batavia, St. Charles, Aurora, Oswego, Montgomery, Elgin, West Dundee, Maple Park, and North Aurora among other areas. Sean Robertson is a graduate of DePaul University College of Law and resides in Yorkville, Illinois (Kendall County). Sean Robertson is eager to assist families in and near to Aurora and Kane County, Illinois such as Algonquin, Batavia, Barlett, North Aurora, Montgomery, Sleepy Hollow, Wayne, West Dundee, Kaneville, and Hampshire among other places.
In conclusion, Sean Robertson may be reached at 630-780-1034 or via the online contact form. Our website is GatevilleLawFirm.com.