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While you can likely create a proper "paper trail" (document the intent for the ownership of the property through the LLC), you are likely going to have a tax issue - the transfer of the property from the LLC to you and your wife is a taxable event.
I would recommend retaining an attorney to help you draft these documents for you - not so much because you need a lawyer to write each document to show the title, but for two separate reasons (1) an attorney will do so more efficiently (avoid duplicate or unnecessary documentation - such as quitclaims that aren't really necessary); and (2) they can help structure the transfer to minimize any tax liability that will exist (so while you probably cannot avoid tax liability - you can minimize it - this is a strategy issue and unless you are very familiar with property and sales tax laws for your state, it is worthwhile to have a professional do this for you (you will probably save more on property taxes than you will spend to have the lawyer evaluate your situation, determine what steps are actually necessary, then draft up the appropriate documents).
You would be paying the lawyer for their knowledge, not for their document writing skills (although having the documents properly prepared is a huge benefit).
You can find local attorneys (a general practice attorney will be appropriate, but if you want a specialist, find a transactional property law attorney - specialists usually charge more) using the State and local Bar Association directories, or private directories such as www.AVVO.com; www.FindLaw.com; or www.Martindale.com (I personally find www.AVVO.com to be the most user friendly).