What Is Needed to File a Quitclaim Deed in Florida?

Answer Quitclaim deeds transfer the interest in a property from grantor to the grantee, with no guaranty of a free and clear title. Quitclaim deeds are considered legal documents. They must be filed on re... Read More »

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Quitclaim Deed Laws in Florida?

Quitclaim deeds in Florida are usually one page in length. A quitclaim deed is a legal document used to transfer the ownership of real property from one person or persons to another person or pers... Read More »

Who can file a quitclaim deed?

A quit claim deed can be filed by anyone; a lawyer is not specifically needed. The simple form can be found either online or at a title company. Once completed, the form must be taken to the courth... Read More »

What is the average attorney fee for preparing a Florida quitclaim deed?

The average attorney fee for a quitclaim deed is determined by a number of factors as governed by the Florida Rules of Professional Conduct. These factors include the expertise of the attorney, the... Read More »

How do you file a quitclaim deed for a condominium?

You hire your attorney, and take the appropriate documentation, for example, confirming your ownership, and request that the attorney help you file a quit claim deed with the appropriate department... Read More »