Thanks for your question and good morning.
What this means is that in a divorce one of the parties got the marital house.The party that did not get the house is required to sign a quitclaim deed to transfer any interest they had in the property here to the party that got the house.Then that party has the legal title to the property.I will get you a a form here for reference if you give me a sec.
ok and it says that he shall sign but i just found out that he hasnt signed it and is trying to take her to court, to force her to sell, can he do that
Here is the form that you would use to do the quit claim of the property.It gets filed in the county clerk's office real property records.
and if he didn't sign it would that make him in contempt of court
He can try to seek modification here.The judge decides who gets the house and whether he gets held in contempt for failure to sign or alternatively the judge modifies here and rules something else.But it is common that one party gets the house and the other is supposed to quitclaim their interest to the the one that got it.Judge will have to rule on all of this.But the form I gave you is the one they use here.
This would be a contempt situation because he was ordered to sign it.
He can be jailed and fined for contempt.
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