While laws vary by state, in most instances removing a name from a deed to a house requires recording a new deed. According to Realtor.com, a quitclaim deed removes a name from the property when no money changes hands. S... More »

A name can be removed from a property deed by creating a new quitclaim deed. A quitclaim deed is commonly used to transfer property ownership from one person to another without the need to sell the property, notes realto... More »

One removes assets from an estate by transferring the assets to a family trust, says Legal Zoom. The assets should be transferred by deed or letter depending on the type of asset. More »

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Although divorce laws differ by state, FindLaw explains that a divorce letter, or a divorce petition, typically contains the name of the petitioner, the petitioner's spouse, the place and date of the marriage, the names ... More »

A quitclaim deed is a legal transfer of real estate ownership, usually between family members, explains Nolo. A quitclaim deed records the names of the parties, the owner or the grantor and the receiver or grantee, gives... More »

Removing a name from a deed requires filing a quitclaim form with the local county clerk’s office. The quitclaim form is the only legal means to remove a name from a deed. A deed of conveyance form is required for adding... More »

A quitclaim deed form is required in order to add someone's name to a current deed, according to SFGate. Filing the legal form cancels and replaces the old deed with a new one that includes both previous and new names. More »