Because we are not a law firm, we cannot give legal advice about a specific situation. But the following quote from our discussion of quitclaim deeds should address your question:
A quitclaim deed can also be used to transfer inherited property among heirs. Say, for example, that three children inherit property from their mother, but only one child wants the property. To transfer the inherited property to the child that wants the property, all three children could sign a quitclaim deed. All three children would sign as current owners and the child that wants to keep the property would be listed at the current owner. This would effectively transfer the property from all three children to the child that will keep the property.
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