Yes the deed is in both my name and my mother's. I want to remove my name from the deed and give my interest to my mother.
If you could forward the template that would be great. Once notarized etc. is it in effect as soon as I send it to my mother's real estate agent? My mother signed a contract to sell her home. I do not want my signature on ANY of the paperwork in case she backs out of the deal and faces lawsuits. She sold the house too quickly and has not secured a new residence.
Can I bother you again and ask you if you can send it as a a separate attachment so I can print it. Thanks for your stellar help. My email isXXX@XXXXXX.XXX Thanks again!
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