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He would have to be 18 years of age to sign a valid quit claim deed here.You could open a legal guardianship through the courts if you need to do it sooner.
Here is more information about guardianship.
The majority of North Carolina guardianship laws are located under Chapter 35A of the NC Statutes. The chapter provides procedures for the guardianship of incapacitated adults, minors, and for the estate. You can complete listing of NC guardianship law at the following link.
Here you would be appointed to sign as guardian for the child and hold any of their proceeds from a sale.
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