Legal Question in Wills and Trusts in California

My siser used a disclaimer to transfer a property from a family trust into her name, if disclaimer wasn't signed in front of notery,is it valid?

Asked on 5/10/13, 12:53 pm

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Victor Waid Law Office of Victor Waid
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More information is needed including the documents for review. You are advised to consult an attorney experienced in trust administration to determine the legality of the question you ask.

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5/10/13, 12:59 pm
Michele Cusack Pollak & Cusack
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That doesn't even make sense. Could you mean disclaimer? You can't record any kind of deed in CA unless it is notarized, but I agree with Mr. Wald that you must bring copies of the relevant docs to an attorney to evaluate.

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5/10/13, 1:39 pm
Michele Cusack Pollak & Cusack
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I meant to type quitclaim.

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5/10/13, 11:39 pm

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