Post # 1
So, pretty simple question I hope someone can answer!
Do you really need an attorney to prepare a Quitclaim Deed or is the form you can buy fine? Is there something special we would need to know other than filling in the obvious and making sure it’s correct? Need to know for one of my Nanny’s properties.
Post # 4
When my ex fiance left, we owned a home together. I went to Office Max and grabbed thier QuitClaim deed in the legal document section. We filled it out and it was good enough to satisfy the courts and the auditors. The house is now mine 100%.
Post # 5
@mackinacjeni: Thank you for your response! We went and got the papers but my step-dad put a bug in our ears that it may not be “enough” or “right.” We’ll have a discussion on it tomorrow.
Post # 6
While it’s probably okay, I would go see an attorney to make sure that it’s done properly. Think about it this way, what if the document doesn’t fully cover you and you have a title challenge down the road. The $250 that you spent on an atty to review the document would seem like a pittance.