What You Should Know About Quitclaims

A quitclaim deed is a legal instrument that conveys a grantor’s interest in real property to another party. The grantor does not warrant that they have clear title to the property. Rather, the grantor merely conveys whatever legal interest they have in the property and “quits” their interest in the property.

At Korshak & Associates, P.A., we have helped many clients who have required legal services in matters pertaining to quitclaim deeds, including those involving quitclaim deeds for timeshares and condos. If you require assistance with a quitclaim deed, we encourage you to contact our law offices in Casselberry or Orlando, Florida.

Quitclaim Deeds And 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 transfers can be very beneficial and help you move through the process more efficiently.

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 we have an extensive background in 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.

Why Hire Us

Some law firms say that they will handle your quitclaim deed for the cheapest prices in town. Why? So they can churn out as many of these cases as possible. At Korshak & Associates, P.A., we believe in quality and personalized legal services at a fair cost. You can trust that we will take the time to understand your legal goals and patiently answer your questions so that you can feel confident that your matter was handled correctly.

There are consequences to having an improper quitclaim deed. If a quitclaim deed is done incorrectly, it creates a cloud on your title, causing an even greater problem. Do not settle for the firm offering the lowest price or online do-it-yourself services. Having professionals like us properly prepare your quitclaim deeds does not cost that much more, either. Find out why clients have trusted us with their quitclaim deeds for nearly 40 years. Contact Korshak & Associates, P.A., today.

How Can We Help?

Do you need an attorney to prepare a quitclaim deed? Are you trying to add or remove someone from a deed? Do you wish to gift a piece of property to a friend or relative?

We are pleased to assist with these and other real estate matters. We offer a full-service real estate practice for the benefit of our clients. We can make sure that your quitclaim deed is properly prepared and help you understand your options.

Quitclaim deeds are often used by individuals as part of an estate plan. If you require assistance with a quitclaim deed or another estate planning matter, we are pleased to offer our assistance. If a loved one has passed and you have a question about a quitclaim deed, an experienced probate lawyer from our firm can provide assistance.

There are many legal applications for quitclaim deeds. A divorce or timeshare property between family or friends may also necessitate a quitclaim deed. They are tools, and our legal team knows how to use them.

Reach Out To Our Team To Learn More

With offices in Casselberry and Orlando, we represent clients throughout Florida in real estate, estate planning and probate matters. To speak with a residential quitclaim deeds attorney at Korshak & Associates, call 888-681-4389. You may also contact us by email.