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Question: How do I get daughter off deed to house

Answer: If your daughter is willing to take her name off of the deed, she could transfer her property rights by quit claim, conveyance or warranty. A.R.S. 33-402 states the language that can used to transfer the property.

 

Another option to remove someone from a deed to property that you co-own is to file a petition to partition the property. The partition will separate the property either by dividing the property or selling the property. (A.R.S.12-1211 through 12-1225)

If you inherited property from someone who is deceased, the transfer of title will be done in probate court.

To find out which option is the best for you, you should speak with an attorney. To see if you qualify for a reduced fee attorney, please call the Legal Learn line at (866) 637-5341.

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