Title Changes

Title Changes

We can provide all legal services related to recommending, preparing, and registering title changes for sole, joint tenants, or tenants-in-common.
For those who have lost a spouse or other person who was a joint property owner, we prepare and register a survivorship application to legally transfer property title to the surviving spouse or property owner.
For Executors who are handling an estate which includes real property, we prepare and register a transmission application to transfer title of property from a deceased person to the Executor. The Executor may then transfer the property to the beneficiaries or sell it.

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