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Asked on: 7/15/13, 12:57 pm

Hello. I'm considering a quit claim deed to transfer my house to my two adult children. My deceased wife's name is still on the house. Can I in one filing:

1) have my wife's name removed from the deed?

2) have my two adult children added?

3) have my name remain on the deed?

Thank you.

William

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Answered on: 7/15/13, 1:50 pm by John Davidson

You deed the house to your children. You'll need to have your wife's death certificate. Then a new deed. That said there are some tax issues that make what you want to do a bad idea, So before you hit Legal Zoom. Go ask a real lawyer to advise you of the income tax ramifications among anything. You can do it but check with a lawyer to figure out how to do what you want and not get whacked with taxes.

{John}


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