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Hi and welcome to JA. Ray here to help you tonight.
You use a Spousal Transfer Deed.An "interspousal transfer deed" transfers title (ownership) between a married couple. A gift given by one spouse to the other during the marriage is considered "separate" (owned separately), not "marital" (mutually-owned) property.
This also avoids problems with Prop 13 and revaluation here.
I appreciate the chance to help you today.Thanks again.
Spouse here signs in front of notary and you record it in your county deed records to transfer title.
That would work , the judgment is only good against anything in her name and you are transferring it out here.Thats thte way to go here to avoid such a problem.These are the forms you would use.
Thanks for the follow up.
A creation, transfer, or termination, solely between spouses, of any co
This is the one you check on int4erspousal transfer deed above.
She is deeding you her interest in the property.
A judgment against her would have no effect here because she no longer has an interest.They cannot touch the property at that point.
Thanks again for your patience.
Sorry for the hassles here is another one that works.
You need the clerk to calculate that and you fill it in before it is recorded, that way it is accurate.