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Legal Help With Quitclaim Deeds & Property Transfers For Timeshares And Condos

Transferring timeshares, condos and other property to another party can be a complex process. It often requires a great deal of documentation such as a quitclaim deed that may be extremely legally dense. Having a lawyer on your side who has experience handling quitclaim deeds and property transfer can be very beneficial and help you move through the process more efficiently.

At Korshak & Associates, P.A., our real estate attorneys are highly skilled at handling all types of property transfers and documentation for timeshares and condos, including quitclaim deeds. A large number of our clients who need quitclaim deeds for timeshares and condos are parents who are passing the property to their children or other family members. As such, we utilize our client-centered approach to help both the parents with the quitclaim deed and the children or family members with any real estate issues that may arise.

Do you have questions about a quitclaim deed for a timeshare or a condo? Schedule a consultation by calling today at 888-681-4389 .

What Is A Quitclaim Deed?

A quitclaim deed is a legal document that allows the grantor to “quit” his or her legal interest in the property and transfer it to another party, such as a family member or loved one. The property is not sold and no money changes hands during the transaction, but the ownership is transferred to the named individual.

Quitclaim Deeds As Part Of An Estate Plan

It is common for individuals to structure their estate plans in a way that passes property to their heirs and beneficiaries. It may be to your benefit to have a quitclaim deed in place or utilize a quitclaim deed as part of an estate plan. Since our firm has an extensive background handling quitclaim deeds for timeshares and condos, and estate planning matters, we have a unique insight into how to handle both of these types of issues together.

Contact An Orlando Real Estate Lawyer Today

Fill out our contact form or call our firm at 888-681-4389 to schedule your free 10-minute initial consultation. For your convenience, we have offices in Orlando and Casselberry, Florida. Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and after hours by appointment. Se habla español. We accept cash, check and major credit cards.

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