Sean Robertson and Gateville Law Firm concentrate in the areas of quit claim deeds and real estate law in Yorkville and Kendall County, Illinois, which is near Oswego, Plano, Bristol, Plattville, Aurora, Plainfield, Joliet, Lisbon, Millbrook, Newark, Sandwich, and Montgomery, Illinois. Sean Robertson is an experienced quitclaim deed and real estate attorney in Kendall County, Illinois. Preparing quit claim deeds are Sean Robertson and Gateville Law Firm’s legal expertise, and they prepare multiple quit claim deeds every month including for mortgage companies, title companies, and individuals.
What is a Quit Claim Deed?
A Quit Claim Deed is a way to transfer legal title to a family residence, investment property, and another real estate property. A Quit Claim Deed is a legal document, which moves the interest in real estate property. Unlike a Warranty Deed, the property deed does not warrant good title. A Quit Claim Deed only guarantees a buyer or grantee the ability to purchase the same title that a seller or grantor has. Typically, a seller or a grantor is the person or persons who are transferring legal title to another party.
There are many reasons why people want to transfer legal title. Examples of ideas to convey real estate include the following:
- Parents want to add a child to their title;
- A divorce action requires one party to transfer legal title to the another;
- A husband or wife wants to add their spouse to the legal title;
- A boyfriend or girlfriend wants to add their significant other to the legal title;
- A person or investor wants to transfer real estate or vacation property to a Limited Liability Corporation;
- A person is obtaining a mortgage and wants to add or remove another party from the title; and
- A person wants to transfer their real estate property to a Revocable Living Trust.
The above examples are just some reasons why people want to prepare a Quit Claim Deed. Sean Robertson is experienced at preparing quit claim deeds throughout the Chicagoland and Illinois areas. Generally, we charge $300 plus costs to make a quit claim deed and have that quit claim deed recorded. We typically prepare the quitclaim deed in 24 to 48 hours.
Unlike many attorneys and individuals, we will make your quit claim deed accurately. Often, estate planning and family law attorneys are ill-prepared in preparing real estate deeds and prepare them inaccurately.
At Gateville Law Firm, our staff and attorneys prepare many quitclaim deeds, and we prepare quit claim deeds for Carrington Title Partners, LLC and many mortgage companies. Accurately preparing a Quit Claim Deed is much more difficult than most people realize.
EXPERIENCED QUIT CLAIM DEED ATTORNEY IN YORKVILLE
In conclusion, Sean Robertson are experienced real estate and quit claim deed attorneys. We often assist people with their quitclaim deed legal needs. We can be reached at 630-780-1034 or via the online contact form.