Visit the land recorder's office in your county and ask for a blank quitclaim deed form. If you choose to write your own, title the document "Quitclaim Deed."
Fill in the owner's name on the "Grantor" line. Fill in the person receiving the title on the "Grantee" line. If writing this deed yourself, write "[Owner's name]", as Grantor, hereby forever quitclaims the property listed below to [new owner's name], as Grantee."
Write the amount of money paid for the transfer on the "consideration" or "amount" line. If drafting your own deed, write "This quitclaim deed was entered into for the sum of [transfer amount.]"
Describe the house and the property by writing the address and any identifying information. Write, for example, "three-bedroom ranch with white siding and red trim located at [address]." To help you complete this section, refer to the original title deed for the property.
Sign the deed in the presence of a notary public who will notarize the deed. Provide a copy of the deed to the grantee and file a copy of the deed with the clerk at your property records office in the county where the property is located.
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