Hello, I would like to know to add my son to the deed what type of form should I do.
I don’t live in the property but he does. I want to do add him to the title so he can apply for the homestead in the house in his name only. Can that be done?
Thank you in advance.
Sure, people often use our Deed Generator to add or remove people from a deed to real estate. You can either transfer the entire property to him or add him as a co-owner. If you intend for the property to pass to him at your death, you could title the property in both your name and his name as joint tenants with right of survivorship. That will make you co-owners of the property during your lifetime. Once one of you dies, the remaining interest in the property will pass to the survivor. You can read more about that here: .
To get started, just go to https://www.deedclaim.com/form/ and complete the question-and-answer interview. On the second screen, you will see a question that asks what you want to do. Select Add a name to a deed or remove a name from a deed.
Assuming you are the only current owner of the property, would list just your name on the Current Owner Information screen.
On the New Owner Information screen, you can enter both your name and your son’s name. That will bring up an option to select the form of co-ownership. For that question, just select Joint tenants with right of survivorship.
The interview will also walk you through various other decisions that you need to make and provide explanations so that you can make the right decision for your situation.
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